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I'm only getting fuel to 4 cylinders instead of 6

I had tyo change engines and now i'm only getting fuel to 4 cylinders and not 6. the 2 with no fuel are getting fire

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  • testelle Feb 09, 2009

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Long blinks Short blinks Problem
1 1 Camshaft position sensor
1 2 Mass air flow sensor
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1 14 Fuel injection system right bank (too rich)
1 15 Fuel injection system right bank (too lean)
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6 4 Cylinder #5 misfire
6 5 Cylinder #4 misfire
6 6 Cylinder #3 misfire
6 7 Cylinder #2 misfire
6 8 Cylinder #1 misfire
7 1 Multiple cylinder misfire
7 2 Three way catalytic converter (right side)
7 3 Three way catalytic converter (left side)
7 4 Evaporative emission control system pressure sensor
7 5 Evaporative emission control system
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8 2 Crank position sensor
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11 4 Improper shifting to second gear (Automatic transmission)
11 5 Improper shifting to third gear (Automatic transmission)
11 6 Improper shifting to fourth gear (Automatic transmission)
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12 4 Torque converter clutch solenoid valve (Automatic transmission)
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Fig. 1: Exploded view of a typical 4-cylinder engine fuel system


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Fig. 2: Exploded view of a typical 6-cylinder engine fuel system

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........(back).......
|...1....3....5...|
______________
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For the 3.0L V6:
Firing Order:
1-2-3-4-5-6
Cylinders:
.....(back)
1......3.......5
2......4.......6
.....(front)
Distributor:
...(back)
......1
3..........2
5..........6
......4
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For the 3.3L AND 3.8L V6
Firing Order:
1-2-3-4-5-6
Cylinders:
.....(back)
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2......4.......6
....(front)
Ignition Coil:
(back)
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For the 3.3L Flex-Fuel V6:
Firing Order:
1-2-3-4-5-6
Cylinders:
....(back)
1.....3......5
2.....4......6
....(front)
Ignition Coil:
(back)
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