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Firing order on farmall H

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Jeremy T

10-19-2009 09:31:11

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I have an early farmall H that has been changed from mag to distributor. The plug wires have been pulled off the spark plug side and are not marked. Can someone tell me how to identify which one is which. Thank you.

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Jeremy t

10-19-2009 19:48:49

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 Re: Firing order on farmall H in reply to Jeremy T, 10-19-2009 09:31:11  
Thanks guys I finally got if going... My distributor was flipped 180 from normal, but is running now Thanks again..

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10-20-2009 11:07:41

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 Re: Firing order on farmall H in reply to Jeremy t, 10-19-2009 19:48:49  
You are welcome. Jim

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El Toro

10-19-2009 17:12:05

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 Re: Firing order on farmall H in reply to Jeremy T, 10-19-2009 09:31:11  
You can pull No1 sparkplug near the radiator & bring No1 piston to TDC on the compression stroke. Then remove the cap and see where the rotor is pointing. That's where your No1 plug wire should be installed on the cap and to No1 sparkplug. Then use Jim's sketch for the other three. Hal

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10-19-2009 10:12:53

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 Re: Firing order on farmall H in reply to Jeremy T, 10-19-2009 09:31:11  
I will add to Rusty's info that the distributor (if done normally) has #1 cylinder (looking from the rear of the tractor toward the cap)
at the top right 1:30 position.
Clockwise as follows:

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10-19-2009 09:41:18

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 Re: Firing order on farmall H in reply to Jeremy T, 10-19-2009 09:31:11  
The firing order is stamped on the block, about in the center, just below the head. It is 1-3-4-2. The cylinders are numbered 1,2,3,4, starting at the front.

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