Spark Plugs are in now BUT.....
Thanks for the help with the gap spacing. I have all the plugs in, new wires, new distributor cap and new rotor. Only now when I start the engine it cranks a lot longer than it used to prior to changing it all out.
Would this be an issue with a bad wire connection, bad gap spacing, or maybe the plugs aren't tight enough? This is the first time I have ever replaced spark plugs on any car so I was not sure what to expect. Is there anything I can do to see if I can make it start easier?
Thanks in advance!