Check the cap and rotor. Make sure the 3 wire connector is on. Make sure the power wire is in the right spot and not the tach spot in the cap
January, 6, 2013 AT 9:39 PM
What was replaced?
January, 6, 2013 AT 10:03 PM
Spark ugs, spark plug wires, cap and rotor, oil change, battery
January, 6, 2013 AT 10:14 PM
When I took the old one apart the red wire was on the right and the yellow wire was on the left, so I put them in that same placement on the new one. If thats what your trying to tell me, would I be looking at points-type ignition or HEI ignition?
January, 6, 2013 AT 10:18 PM
80 should be HEI
look on top of the cap. They will be marked. Red is power wire
January, 6, 2013 AT 10:27 PM
I think I may have found my problem, I was going by points-type ignition because when I took it off wire #1 was on the left side of the tach cap I was sure, if the plug wires were in the wrong order could that be the problem? I know the firing order around the distributor is right, it could just be in the wrong spots?
January, 6, 2013 AT 10:30 PM
Yep, easy fix, no damage
January, 6, 2013 AT 10:34 PM
Awesome, I kind of feel like an idiot now but il go give that a try and let you know
January, 6, 2013 AT 10:47 PM
Would that be why there no spark going to the spark plugs tho?