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I was changing the spark plug wires and gorgot how they hook back up

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Go to your local parts store and look in one of the manuals for your make and model vehicle. Write the order on a piece of paper making sure to take notice of which end is the front of the motor. Or you can search for the firing order online for your make and model of car. Hope this helps.

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