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Timing problem I need to know the firing order for a 1996 motero sport. I changed the timing belt and it still will not start it has fire, and it will turn over but it acts like it is not geting gas i dont know what to do

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Hi, The firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6   Cyl. # 1-3-5 is on passenger side # 1 is in front of motor and Cyl # 2-4-6 is on drivers side # 2 in front of motor.

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