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I think fire order is wrong

I was told on my 95 camaro 3.4 the fire order is

front of car---135
246
It has ignition coils. not a distributer that have the numbers on them they are all correct. If not i think i ran the wires wrong. I ran 1 to 1 2 to 2 ect.
I just replaced the fuel pump/wires/plugs/ignition coils. Tryed to start it today and to backfired did not want to start. Chuged out throttle body and the motor shook all over the place. Is there anything that i might be doing wrong? THanks for your help.

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  • jamie suver Jan 22, 2009

    The motor has 3 on each side instead of 3 in rear and 3 in front. Thanks for trying though

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No 1-3-5 should be the rear of engine , see pic .
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think you got it backwards , thats all .

J5

Posted on Jan 22, 2009

  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd Jan 22, 2009

    if you replaced your coils you might need this pic .



  • Rick Byrd
    Rick Byrd Jan 22, 2009

    didn't catch that , my manual shows a generic application for the camero / firebird 3.4 , it should have been rotated for the camaro purpose . all factors still the same .

    sorry for the confusion


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