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Old 08-03-2020, 01:53 PM
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Dacman
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Plugs look ok to me, but itís either spark or fuel delivery..

Try a spray bottle with gas , shot into each carb and see if it picks up the dead cylinders.

Then try disconnecting the wires without a rag or pliers, youíll know if a boot is leaking spark right away. Ha ha.

I would replace wires and plugs before digging in to carbs if above test with fuel shows nothing.

My wires were bad , same setup. Clean up the coils electrodes and dielectric grease inside the boots only.

Good wires will CLICK when installed . Tired ones will not.

Would not be a bad idea to remove the coils and clean and check the bolts and mating surfaces that holds them on to the block.
That is the grounding source.
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