You need to establish which output terminal is associated with cylinder
number one first - in case things have been altered from the correct
layout after distributor etc replacement. So you need to get the engine to
approximately the firing point on cylinder 1 by turning it over by hand
using a spanner on the crank pulley fixing or pushing the car while in
gear if a manual. You'll also need to remove that spark plug and use a
finger over the hole to make sure it is on the compression stroke - or
look at the valves, both will be closed. Once you've established which
contact the rotor arm is pointing at that is 1 and the others follow your
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