L200expressL200 wrote:I'm not getting a spark while doing step 6 and 7 but i have spark at the plug when cranking the engine.
Most likely the timing is out.
First of all, recheck that No:1 cylinder is on the compression stroke. (with the ignition off of course)
Only turn the engine clockwise so there is tension on the timing chain. if you go past the 10° BTDC, don't just turn it back to the mark, turn the engine back half a turn then try again.
Next, note where No:1 sparkplug lead attaches to the dizzy cap.
Remove the dizzy cap and see if the rotor button is facing towards the No: 1 lead.
Fix and Re-check spark timing.