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Old 10-31-2011, 07:32 PM
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Firing order and Plug wires on 400m

My buddy is having problems with his truck running. He seems to think his spark plug wires are messed around. Can anyone tell me or show me a diagram of what plugwires go where?
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I messed up big time guys. When I pulled my cam and dizzy I had 5 at tdc instead of one. I haven't put anything back together. I was hoping y'all could tell tell me its fine both are at the top in the same stroke.
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Atc 0 on the balancer is number one at tdc
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