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I have 92 Suzuki katakana 600 f. I replaced the old spark plug wires and now I can't remember the way they went on. The coil packs are not numbered. I need to know each side left and right

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Ok one coil is for no1 +4 and the other is 2+3 the coil with one short lead and one long one is for one and four.usually the longer lead is the one for number one and the shorter for no 4.

Posted on Apr 12, 2015

  • adam bikedoc Apr 12, 2015

    also I would say mount the coil for one and four on the right hand side and the left one to 2+3 if when you try and start it missfires and backfires it's the wrong way around.



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Do you have a code for a misfire?

If a crank sensor goes bad the vehicle will typically not start at all.

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