next time pull wires 1by1 and win, or mark wires at take down
an cap too, all cars, all distribs.(dizzy)?????
or at the least mark the cap.#1
btw2, some caps are marked at factory , is yours?
we need engine type.,
its at alldata.com
and they will ask you the same question. what engine!
in usa , the 4 banger is 1,3,4,2 firing order.
the rotor turns clockwise.or CW
the 1.5 and 1.6L have a square back side cap.
1 and 2
1342cc and 1488cc engines
has round dizzy cap. much harder. not marked.
finding TDC #1 is lots more work here.
ask or read the FSM or login to alldata.com. and see the steps.
nut shell. (usa)
the 1992 cam driven dizzy has offset cam, lugs. (bee's knee's)
so the dizzy only mounts 1 way
but is static timed.
so on this engine, you put the engine to TDC firiing
that is, with all valves closed on #1 cylinder., ( we use a compression gauge to find TDC. the most easy)
then off the dizzy cap, the rotor now points to #1 firing.
put the #1 wire there, then CW ,3,4,2 in that order.
bam it runs.
as you can see , not all civics are the same, !
data: (what engine?) what country>????
. In North America the Si featured a SOHC VTEC valve train, whereas the VX featured the VTEC-E. The Japanese Si featured a DOHC non-VTEC valve train D16A9. Continuing in the sporty tradition of the original Civic SiR, Honda sold several similarly equipped variants of the fifth generation car, still referred to as the Civic SiR, in Japan, Asia, and Europe. In South Africa, MBSA(Mercedes Benz of SA) built the Civic as the Ballade only in 4dr. A special model was the 180i with the B18B4, that was fitted to Ballade models. A new bodystyle was introduced with this generation called the Civic Coupe, based from the Civic Ferio sedan, and was sold in North America, Europe and Japan. The fifth generation remains popular among tuners and racers alike.