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Old 06-22-2017, 06:39 AM
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Ok followed the instructions, installed the ignition module (remember I used the already installed gold timing rotor).

Wired it all up, I'm now becoming the wiring king

Removed timing inspection plug and found TDC on compression stroke (well what I thought to have been compression and not exhaust) as there was air pushing through the comp release on the front jug.

Turned the ignition module clockwise but couldn't get the red led to turn on, so for some reason its not at a firing point.

When key ignition is on, the red led blinks for about a quarter of a second then goes off. This is normal if the module is not sensing a firing point.

Should I remove the old gold timing rotor? Could the rotor be out of alignment or could I just be a exhaust stroke?

Need some help fellas.. Pulling my hair out and resorting to to many beers and smoke.
Hey! I'm having the same problem right now. Following the instructions but I can't get the status light to come on with the motor at TDChave anyone else experienced this? How did you fix the problem?
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Old 06-22-2017, 06:50 AM
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hey! I'm having the same problem right now. Following the instructions but i can't get the status light to come on with the motor at tdchave anyone else experienced this? How did you fix the problem?
remember, T:F appears twice at the window, and only one of them is with the front piston at the tdd. Don't mistake the other position. [ you won't be able to place the ignition module correctly and find the red light going off SPOT].
Check with a screw driver through the spark plug hole that the FRONT piston is in the correct position.
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