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FIREING ORDER NEED SPECS FOR DISTRIBUTER / PLUGS WIRING

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The fireing order starts on left side with 1

left
front right
1 2
3 4
5 6 for plug wires
7 8
rear right
left


face the dis towards #1 and mak sure u dont break the pick up coil in the distributer

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