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On the centre of the bulkhead on a metal plate held by two silver rivets. Models prior to 1995 have a VIN repeat on a metal plate positioned on the underside of the bonnet.
Later models may be on the right hand B pillar
On some Colt Cabriolet models: The VIN plate is located on the left hand front floor pan under seat. Stamped Number
Stamped on the offside of the bulkhead with Mitsubishi logo security marks.on later models chassis number may be under a plastic inspection panel towards the top of the bulkhead/firewall
On some Cabriolet models:Right hand floor pan under drivers seat.
1985 jaguar xj6 4.2 L Series 3
Firing Order 1-5-3-6-2-4
# 1 Spark plug at the last cylinder next to the firewall .
# 6 Spark plug at the front of th Engine nearest the fan .
The Rotation of the Rotor within the distributor cap is " Counter Clockwise
The Vacuun Advance Diaghram ( metal ) is more in line with the # 3 Spark plug wire .
Looking from the top near the Passenger side fender . If we know that the Number 3 Plug is more inline with the vacuum advance then moving " clockwise the next plug would be the # 5 and after that would be the # 1 plug
This shold get you on your way providing that nothing else has been tampered with . I hope that this has been helpful to you .
It sounds like a change over valve is faulty. U have 2 check over valves 1 on each side of rear wheel wells. Also a change over valve that switches 1 tank to other. I recomend replacing all 3 valves for peace of mind,because when 1 goes the others follow. Hope this is helpful!