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I done a recon on my toyota corolla 1300 2e engine... and now it refuses to start...

The engine does turn over and the timing marks are all on point... when i start it the engine wants to take but when it gets to that point to take it likes skips it and turns again from when i first start it....

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Is the dissy 180 degrees out ?

I done a recon on my toyota corolla 1300 2e engine - 280px-toyota_2e_engine-zmbq0asvjjm4yhoggs0ugmab-5-0.jpg

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  • Anonymous Feb 01, 2017

    Hi Magna please define what a DISSY IS

  • magna buff Feb 02, 2017

    distributor can easily be fitted and be pointing to number 4 cylinder and not number one

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My 2e engine does not start when I Kickstart the engine start running

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