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Spark Plug Change

I was change my plugs and wires and I was going one by one so I wouldn't get them misplaced a neighbor came out and missed placed them on the distributor cap. So if you could help me out with a diaframe on correct placement and a easier way to get the them since the distributor is back of motor and in the middle.. Just in a hard to reach area. please help i have to get this fixed asap..

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Check your manual for the firing order. If you can find that, then you only need to find one plug and you can work the rest out.
Take out a spark plug and stick your thumb over the hole. If you've got to do them all, take them all out.
Manually turn the engine over (or have a friend do it) untill you can feel the compression stroke.
At the top of the compression stroke, look where the rotor arm on the distributer is pointing: this is the lead for that cylender.

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