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Which is the number 1 peg on the distributor cap and what is the firing order from there on a 1986 Chevy Caprice Classic sedan v-8?

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2015-07-17 17:37:35
2015-07-17 17:37:35
  1. 1 should be the first terminal to the right of the bat connector housing, the distributor turns clockwise, and the firing order is;

1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2

IF U had the Distribut-or out-U need 2 put the Timing marks on ZERO &turn the engine over until BOTH Valves are closed on #1 cylnder---(Compression Stroke) not Exhaust Stroke-thenput the distributer in where there is clearance 4 the Vaccumeadvance to go & B able 2 turn the DIST 2 set the Timong THEN start with #1 & put the wires on like Tim said -IN that order.the Rotor shoulf B exactally on the first dist Terminal

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