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Has new battery, starter,alternator, still will not start

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You do not say what engine you have and what your expertise is.
Try getting a book on the timing and distributor to spark plug relationship.
Set the timing
check the firing order is correct.
check the points are set properly and in good shape
new rotor and cap if needed.


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