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I am changing spark plug in my 2000 volvo v40

I am changing spark plugs in my 2000 volvo v40 4cyl. I can not remember the wiring order for the 1 and 2 plug left to right. (I was called away from the work) The order they are in now seems to be causing a miss.

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Firing order is 1-3-4-2 (Please rate me if this helps)

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