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Not sure what you need... if you already removed the distributor and have no idea of the orientation you will need to set piston 1 to TDC exhaust stroke. Turn engine clockwise via damper wheel retaining nut.

Then by trial and error insert distributor so rotor is directly at the cap position for plug wire 1 when fully seated.

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