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Old 12-31-2004, 09:00 AM   #1
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Default GSR firing order on the distributor

anyone can help with the sequence the spark plugs go in the distribuotr...thx!

I did a search, and posted in an old thread, but no one responded.
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Click the image to open in full size. this is if ur standing on the passenger side of the car looking at the distributor....to clear things up.

by the way all 4 cylinder cars are 1342, it just depends where the 1 is located on different make cars.
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Click the image to open in full size. this is if ur standing on the passenger side of the car looking at the distributor....to clear things up.

by the way all 4 cylinder cars are 1342, it just depends where the 1 is located on different make cars.
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Default Re: GSR firing order on the distributor (brookliner7)

what is consider piston number 1 though? Which side do you start from?
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#1 is always the side closer to the pulley-side of the engine.
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what is consider piston number 1 though? Which side do you start from?
on the motor 1 is located on the driver's side so from front of the car it would be 4-3-2-1

the difference i was talking about was the location of 1 on the distributor.....u know what im confusing u more and more.... Click the image to open in full size.
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thanks for the info, i needed it also Click the image to open in full size.
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