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Where on a Chevy 350 motor do you plug in the wires to the cap?

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2006-04-01 03:34:58
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With cap in hand plug facing to your right....for right rear is battery,right front is tachometer. if you want to know where the number one sparkplg wire goes remove cap. remove number one spark plug. put finger in hole. bump engine over until it pushes your finger out. check position of rotor it should be facing the number one position and that is where you would put the number one plug wire.

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