I have the 1-3-4-2 order for the cylinders, what I need to know is what direction the order goes on the dizzy cap, all I have is "1" marked on it.
Replacing HT leads allowed the car to start, but now running very lumpy. Might have crossed 2 over by accident.
Hi all, I currently own a Micra K10 1988 Gsx SGL auto, and am having issues with the HT/ignition leads, and am not sure what the firingorder is, or what order the leads need to be installed in from the distributor to the plug. Help please?!
i have bought a k10 and have just give it a bit of a service ie plugs , leads , disi cap and rotor arm
however it now wont start !!!!
i forgot to make a mark as to which lead goes where on the distributor cap
can someone please tell me which is cylinder 1 on the engine as you...
...running ok before changing distributor cap/rotor arm?
If yes, then it maybe that the HT leads have been crossed over interchanged & the firingorder interrupted.
Haynes Workkshop manuals have a detail explanation how to verify rectify this issue.
Use the MSC search function; firing...
Right firingorder is fine, pressures just not building up though, its pointing towards a faulty oil pump. Could explain what happened to the old tensioner:doh:
Does anyone know where the oil pressure light wiring is?
right the micra isnt starting. . sounding like it wants to but just isnt firing. . long story short can someone tell me what order the spark leads from the engine block go into the round thing beside it that they are plugged into (sorry not mechanically minded and do not know the terms) i think...
do your rears fire slightly later or are they fased slightly differently?
i have had issues with echoeing with different sized amps before.... until my jvc sorted it out, (has speaker firingorder control)
im confused... firingorder is 1342
you want 1&3 to pulse together, so you make 1 longer so that the delay in 1 syncs it with 3.
and you want 4&2 to pulse together so you need to make 4 longer to sync with 2?
but you have made 1&2 longer?
as for length difference, could you not just use...