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How do the wires hook up to the distributor cap in a 1994 jetta you know the wires go cylinder 4 then 123 But there are no markings for where the wires should plug in?

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2005-10-21 23:36:59
2005-10-21 23:36:59

Usually the length of the oem wires from the distributor can give you a general idea. Hope this helps

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