Question about Plymouth Scamp
May have to use the old school method. remove the plugs and rotate the engine manually
to top dead center indicated on the timing pulley, (this would be cylinder one)
then slowly rotate the engine with a breaker bar and socket.
and check the bores with a stick to see which comes up next ,then the next and so
on. (you could put a reference mark on the stick as the bore depths should
be the same ). This would at least verify whether the firing order is correct.
Posted on Mar 21, 2011
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