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Which spark plug wire goes to which port on the distributor on a 1988 Honda civc 15L?

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2005-10-24 19:21:51
2005-10-24 19:21:51

You need to know the firing order and distributor direction. Go to your local parts store and ask them to look it up for you. If they won't help you go to a different store. Good luck.

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