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95 Grand Prix wires, don't know where to go??

Need help w/ wires, not sure which wires go to which cylinders, have no book or anything to go by???

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One cylinder at the front of the motor will be closer to you.... that's number one.... i would suggest you take a trip to the public library and check out a chiltons or haynes manual. often the coil pack will be numbered but you have to know what cyclinder is which. be that as it may if you locate number one... the one on the other side of the motor will be two... don't assume that the spark plug wires are in the correct firing order on the coil pack... on my windstar they like to see if you are paying attention and on one side of the pack it is number 4 cyclinder then 6 and then 5.

If it backfires when you are done the order is wrong.

Robert

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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