Question about 1993 Chevrolet Corsica
Where is the number one cylinder at on a 1993 corsica
The number one cylinder is the cylinder closest to the front of the engine(the end that has the pulleys and belts). The coil packs are numbered 1/4 and 2/3 from the factory and sould be visible if you have the factory coils still. If the coils are not the factory ones you should be able to go to the library and look up the firing order and coil numbering in a repair manual for this car. The repair manuals are in the reference section at the local library. Or , if you want to keep a repair manual for the vehicle, go to a local auto parts store and purchase one (about $10.00) .
Hope this helps..
Posted on Apr 20, 2009
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