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1989 Honda Accord Ignition Wires

My husband is over seas in kuwait and he asked me to change the ignition wires... and without thinking i took the old wires off and did not pay attention in which order they go... what do i do now or in what order do they go in?? Any help is appreciated!

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I'll see if I can help the firing order is 1-3-4-2.

O O O O
4 3 2 1

Front of car
The o's represent the cylinders and the #'s represent the # of the cylinder.

On the distributor cap the top one is for #4 cylinder the next one down is #2 cylinder The next one is #1 cylinder and the last one is #3 cylinder. Hope this has helped you out and God bless your husband and you and our troops overseas!!!!!

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