Re: FE 352 distributor help
I remember doing this with my '64 Galaxie. Hook up a tach and remove wire #1 and note the RPM drop.Then replace it and go to #2 etc. The cylinders that caused the least drop when disconnected were the ones to correct.
In your case if you have verified a good crisp blue spark on each plug,and good compression, then you need to measure how much each valve opens by hooking up a micrometer with a magnetic base or I just used a steel ruler with .01" markings.
Incidentally, I always check for a dropped cylinder by cupping my hand over the exhaust and if it purrs smoothly they are all good but if there is a puff puff in there then one or more are not firing.-Brian-
2001 Grand Marquis LS, 25K miles mint (edit; now 56K miles) Finally a vehicle with NO LEAKS !