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Igniton coil on a 04 silverado 5.3

My num 5 igniton coil is bad. how do i know which one is number 5? Thanks

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  • bbrc12 Apr 18, 2009

    Thank you zerO669 I will change it out tomorrow. i quess its a comon prob but hard to change if you dont know the order.

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Back of Engine

#8 cly #7 cyl


#6 cly #5 cyl Firing Order IS

#4 cyl #3 cyl 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3

#2 cyl #1 cyl

Front of Engine

A Very CRUDE But Eficiant Diagram of Your 5.3L Engine and its Cylinders LOCATION'S In the ENGINE. #5 Ignition Coil is on Driver Side of Engine and is the SECOND ONE FROM THE REAR OF THE ENGINE.THIS is TRUR AND CORRECT IM POSSITIVE !!
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