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WOW I just sent you the directions, ,your right on, good for you !!!you can do it your way but theres a chance you may be 180 deg out, did you bring motor to TDC before you started the work, if you did .you 'll be ok if not it wont start or run VERY badly.
It is possible that if you replaced the distributor, you simply have the plugs in the wrong firing order. Another possibility is that you need new spark plugs, wires, plugs, distributor rotor and possibly a distributor cap. A long shot problem is the ignition coil, but since you have spark in one plug, it is unlikely.
A code 6 is an RPM missing signal. Your distributor coil circuit is open (or could be the coil).Check continuity with a volt meter.Check the blue/yel wire and the white one for cracks or broken,and if possible trace them to the computer for continuity. This malfuntion is a code 6 BUT car should start even so. Now to the injectors:check pulsating ground from computer,if not check wiring,if they are OK,try another computer.
With the 2T-C, 3T-C, and 3K-C engines the Firing Order is 1-3-4-2 The distributor rotates ->Clockwise. (The rotor actually)
Number 1 spark plug tower on the distributor cap, faces directly towards the engine. Number 2 faces the back of the engine, Number 4 faces the front of the engine, Number 3 is to the outside away from the engine.
Number 1 spark plug is at the front of the engine. 1-2-3-4
With the 4A-C engine, and other A-Series, the Firing Order is 1-3-4-2 The distributor rotates ->CounterClockwise.
Number 1 spark plug tower is towards the engine, and faces the back of the engine. Number 3 spark plug tower is away from the engine, and faces the back of the engine. Number 2 spark plug tower is towards the engine, and faces the front. Number 3 spark plug tower is away from the engine, and faces the front.