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Ford 4 cylinder engine ID and firing order

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09-23-2019 10:32:11

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Hi all, newbie here... I've been lurking around looking for answers, but thought maybe I should just ask. We don't have a tractor, but it's basically a tractor engine. It's a Ford Industrial 4 cylinder in a wood chipper. Stamped on the engine is CONN 6015J. I have no idea which engine this is. 134, 172, 192 cid.... I'm a bit confused with what I've read online as to the location of #1 cylinder. Is it at the front nearest the cooling fan or at the rear nearest the transmission? From reading here I see that the firing order should be 1,2,4,3. I believe the engine is currently seized, but I'm hoping it's just from sitting too long. We poured penetrating oil into each cylinder for it to soak a bit. Hopefully we can turn the crankshaft nut by hand in a few days to break it loose.
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Sean in PA

09-24-2019 07:55:07

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 Re: Ford 4 cylinder engine ID and firing order in reply to poconojoe57, 09-23-2019 10:32:11  
C0NN6015G is 134 ci.

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Sean in PA

09-23-2019 14:48:28

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 Re: Ford 4 cylinder engine ID and firing order in reply to poconojoe57, 09-23-2019 10:32:11  
C0NN6015J is a 172 ci engine. As Jim has said, the number 1 cylinder is at the front where the water pump is located and the firing order is 1,2,4,3.

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09-24-2019 07:06:36

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 Re: Ford 4 cylinder engine ID and firing order in reply to Sean in PA, 09-23-2019 14:48:28  
Thanks for your response!
We have another engine that has "CONN 6015G" stamped on it. Is this also a 172 cid?

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Jim L WA

09-23-2019 13:47:28

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 Re: Ford 4 cylinder engine ID and firing order in reply to poconojoe57, 09-23-2019 10:32:11  
I can't help with the identity, but you have the firing order correct and number one is at the front end.

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09-23-2019 14:23:28

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 Re: Ford 4 cylinder engine ID and firing order in reply to Jim L WA, 09-23-2019 13:47:28  
Thanks for the info. I really appreciate the response. Glad I came here for expert info. Diagrams all over the internet looked as if the #1 cylinder was at the rear end of the block.

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