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WC firing order

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04-25-2004 07:16:46

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I know the firing order is 1 2 4 3, but which cyl is #1, frt or back thanks

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04-25-2004 07:34:57

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 Re: WC firing order in reply to Lee, 04-25-2004 07:16:46  
#1 cylinder is the front cylinder toward the radiator.


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04-25-2004 20:57:14

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 Re: Re: WC firing order in reply to Wil, 04-25-2004 07:34:57  
works both ways

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04-26-2004 19:02:00

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 Re: Re: Re: WC firing order in reply to LWD, 04-25-2004 20:57:14  
I had never considered that, but it doesn't matter which way you go, the firing order is still the same. However, the convention is to start counting from the front, 1243. But think about the other case, the firing order would be 4312. SHAZAM! as Gomer would say.

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