It ran fine when parked, but when I tried to start it after it had been sitting for a month or so it would crank fine but didn’t start. After some troubleshooting I discovered I didn’t have spark. Replaced the coil cap and rotor and now have spark.
When I try to start now it cranks, but acts like it’s out of time by cranking hard. I have double checked the wires on the plugs and cap and they are correct I believe. Clockwise I have 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2. I pulled all the plugs out and they look dry with no to minimal carbon deposits on them. I’m quite sure this is an electrical issue, because when I crank the engine with the throttle body injectors unplugged it cranks like normal.
Any ideas on where I should be looking to troubleshoot and fix this problem are appreciated.
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