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Old 12-31-2004, 08:00 AM   #1
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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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3 4
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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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Old 01-01-2005, 09:26 AM   #4
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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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what is consider piston number 1 though? Which side do you start from?
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Default Re: GSR firing order on the distributor (rovigian)

#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....
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thanks for the info, i needed it also
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