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Old 05-04-2001, 05:19 PM
jeffsr jeffsr is offline
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The rotor electrode should be at or near the number one cylinder contact in the cap. If you have put it together correctly, that's wher it should be. If not, then the timing has moved and will have to be corrected. BTW, ther are two TDC's for 4 cycle engines. First is TDC on compression, second is TDC on exhaust. They are 360 degress of crank rotation apart. Make sure you've got the correct one. The next cylinder in the firing order will be the next plug lead the rotor lines up with.
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