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heart broken she finally ran and then... someone help!


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ok after1 month of solid tinkering 1 month of putting it off in anger and then 5 mins searching the internet the problem with my car not getting fuel to the plugs was solved and also the timing was off 180 degrees so the car ran beautifully for 20 mins in the garage so as we decided to go take it for a spin to get a pack of smokes and a celebration 12 pack my dad wants to get the timing just right he rotates the dizzy not even 10 degrees and the car shuts off we pop the cap off and see whats going on check the wires to the coil and distrib all that jazz and then the coil starts gushing out red oil so after that freaky experience we get the coil from the 6 series and put it in the 02 wire everything back the way it was and then the distributor points wires start melting we tried each wire to see the culprit couldn't get it right then finaly we seem to figure it out the dizzy gets a jam in it took it apart an end connector from a wire fell off and into the housing we got it out took the distributor apart and cleaned all the points and put it back together now the key wont engage the starter it just clicks. the clicking is coming from what looks like a relay box behind the distributor on the firewall we disconnect it and then no more clicking but still no crank

if anyone can read this with out punctuation and answer ANY of the problems at least i can solve one issue

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Perhaps all of that shorting and melting may have zapped your battery. Once your sure all the wiring is cleaned up and the shorts are gone try giving it a jump or, better yet, try another battery. Plug the relay back in first too.

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