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Why would only #2,4, and 6 get fuel? #1105136 07/19/19 01:22 AM
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So I need some help, 89 dodge raider 3.0, I cant get my timing right, when I'm on #1 with the plug grounded. My timing mark is not in the 10 o'clock position to be around top dead center. The mark is actually in the 2-3 o'clock position. I am throwing 2 codes code 41 and 14. So TPS and injector codes. When it runs and i pull off each plug wire at the distributor, the idle only changes when I remove 2,4, and 6 wires. 1,3, and 5 does nothing, when I remove them there is no difference in idle, and the plug wire is sparking to the distributor. So I know it's getting spark on that side. Also I have a new distributor, cap, rotor, plugs, and wires. So are my injectors plugged, or fuel rail plugged up, or? I also replaced the fuel filter which had a dark mud looking liquid coming out of it, so It may have blown through the fuel filter and plugged something up.

I have also tore the front end off and made sure all timing marks were lined up. I lined up both cam dots to cam notch, and lined up pulley to 0 TDC on it's up stroke. Any input would be greatly appreciated

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Re: Why would only #2,4, and 6 get fuel? [Re: RaiderpowerV6] #1105140 07/25/19 05:48 AM
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The 3.0 dizzy cap conducters don't go straight thru,,, they offset. You can usually see the routing inside cap.


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Re: Why would only #2,4, and 6 get fuel? [Re: KrzyDav] #1105145 07/25/19 04:46 PM
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Originally Posted by KrzyDav
The 3.0 dizzy cap conducters don't go straight thru,,, they offset. You can usually see the routing inside cap.


I'll never forget the time I was installing my distributor and just couldn't get the timing right and shortly before I reached the point of no return, I turned the cap over and discovered this. It seemed like a mean trick...haha


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