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Old August 21st, 2009, 06:36 PM
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No start after tune-up

Performed a tune-up using NGK plugs, Bosch premium wire set, and a new distributor/rotor cap yesterday. I can hear the starter, but the ignition is not turning over (sounds and feels healthy, though).

None of the wires are touching and relatively crossing at 90 degrees. I thought it was a mis-wire (the Bosch set is un-numbered and I matched them according to length compared to the previous wire set). Is there a chart referencing the serial numbers on the wires to the appropriate numbers? The only wires that are close in length are the #3 and #5 wires; and I've tried both combinations, yet still no start.

Any suggestions?


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