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Changed plug wires now won't start the plugs were not in the same location as stated on the block so i put them in like it states on the block won't start now

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Get a diagram of the ignition wires for your year & engine (you didn't say). If what you say above is true you have a different engine for the guide you're using or the wiring WAS correct before you changed it.

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