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Old 06-16-2012, 05:45 PM   #1
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How do I know how the plug wires go on the distributor on a 1991 5.0? I think I might have gotten two wires confused when I was installing a set of headers. Any help is greatly appreciated!
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That's perfect! Thanks man!!
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Even though I pretty much know that by heart. I'm saving the pic. Nice and useful for the rookies!
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Even though I pretty much know that by heart. I'm saving the pic. Nice and useful for the rookies!
Yep, always good to have as a reference even for the rest of us gear heads.
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Yep, always good to have as a reference even for the rest of us gear heads.
Yup. I always save pics like that. Just like the shorter belt pic. Etc
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Yup. I always save pics like that. Just like the shorter belt pic. Etc
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Yea. I saved it too! And I did have the wires crossed. I told myself when I got this car that I wanted to do everything I could by myself. Haynes manual and this forum sure have helped a lot! Thanks again guys!!
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Yea. I saved it too! And I did have the wires crossed. I told myself when I got this car that I wanted to do everything I could by myself. Haynes manual and this forum sure have helped a lot! Thanks again guys!!
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I was the same way when I first started working on cars, information is Ur friend.
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