I need to check the connection on the fuel warning light; it didn't flash at all this time.
So there's two TDC's per complete cycle, yes?
If it always stops at the beginning of the compression cycle, do I slowly push it past the next TDC, which would be just after ignition, then kick it through the power stroke, exhaust stroke, and intake stroke, and compression stroke, where it (hopefully) fires, or do I slowly push it around 1/2 a cycle to just past TDC of the exhaust stroke and kick it through the intake stroke and compression stroke, where it (hopefully) fires?
........I think it is also drawing a fresh charge of air-fuel mixture into the cylinder, which will deflagrate much more easily at the ignition point, rather than trying to light off some stale AFM, but that's purely a guess on my part.
Sitting in Washington DC this week and the next two, playing at the Kennedy Center.
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