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Which cylinder is #8 on the 6.0 liter V-8 Chevy Silverado ?

Trying to change the coil wire on the #8 cylinder. Which one is it ?

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Passanger side against firewall. gm's use the same number pattern for their cylinders on the V8's. Front drives side is one, front passangers side is two, second drivers side is three, second drivers side is four, and so on.

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  • Steven Brock Apr 19, 2009

    sorry, I ment front drivers sides is 1, front passangers side is 2, second drivers side is 3, second pasanger side is 4 and so on.

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SOURCE: which cylinder is #8 on the 6.0 liter V-8 Chevy Silverado ?

hello tgbarnett99: Number 8 cylinder will be on the passenger side of the motor.4 th. plug back from the front of the engine. Should you need any more help please just ask.Thank You for using FixYa. Roger

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