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Check engine Went and had a diagnostic, was told No. 1 plug or wire. Which is #1?

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    check engine light came out and engine is kind of shaking with rpm down a little

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Hi zasty2008, I assume this is a 4 cyl engine? the #1 plug wire is the first plug wire at the front of the engine good luck

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