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Need firing order

Replaced head gaskets in 2000 dodge caravan. now it wont start. i beleive the timing is in place but am not sure about the firing order. anyone have the answer to this????

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  • baggs_1 May 27, 2009

    it is a 6 cylinder.

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook May 11, 2010

    4 or 6 cykinder?

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4 cylinder Fire order = 1342
Distributor rotation = clockwise. good luck

Posted on May 27, 2009

  • Ned C Cook
    Ned C Cook May 27, 2009

    4 cylinder Fire order = 1342

    Distributor rotation = clockwise. good luck

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