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I did a bad thing. I have a 1962 John Deere 2010, four cylinder gasoline. I removed all of the plug wires at once and did not think to draw a diagram of which plug wire goes to where on the distributor cap. Dumb me...
If anyone out there knows how to figure this out, I would be very grateful for some help.
Also, I tried to purchase new rotary button for the distributor. Went to three places, including the John Deere dealer. All sold me a button that looks like the old one that came off the tractor but all three broke as soon as I tried to turn the engine over. Even the John Deere dealer, didn't have an explanation for this problem. The new button has a metal clip inside the shaft hole that the old one doesn't have. Of course, When I remove the metal clip, there is to much play in the fit to be functional. If someone has an idea, I'm all ears.
Thanks in advance,
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