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In Reply to: 8n spark plug wires posted by Alan Chadwick on Friday, April 21, 2017:
Hi Alan, welcome to the forum. What Mark said is correct. The distributor rotates counter clock wise. The only way to know for sure where number one port is on the cap is to pull the number one spark plug and hold you finger in the plug hole while you crank the engine (key off). When you feel compressed air against your finger, remove the distributor cap and see where the rotor is pointing. I hope this helped and you get your 8N purring like a kitten.
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