The engine may get flooded. On a warm engine, left off for 20 minutes, remove the induction tubing, open the throttle body shutter and smell for raw gasoline. If heavy odor is detected, fuel pressure regulator is leaking internally or fuel injectors are leaky.
The engine may get starved of fuel. As commented by Paulster2, connect fuel pressure gauge and ...
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The problem you're experiencing is caused by one of three things:
Brake pads are missing, brake disks are missing or brakes shoes (inside the brake drums) are not adjusted properly. Make sure the brake pads are in the right place and that there's not a huge hap between the pad's surface and the brake disk. If the rear brakes are ...
The distributor cap will have cylinder numbers on it.
Cylinders #1, #3, and #5 are on the left side (drivers).
Cylinders #2, #4, and #6 are on the right side.
Cylinders #1 and #2 will be in the front of the engine.
Cylinders #5 and #6 are in the rear of the engine.
Be careful, as #3 and #1 will not be where you expect - #1 will be in between #3 and #5 on the ...