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Firing order for 2005 Land Rover Freelander SE V6 with pic

Could someone please help with firing order with pic cause my car is misfiring and put a computer saying misfiring on number 5. 3 Spark plugs with coils on front and 3 in back behind manifold next to the firewall.

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Hydraulic lifters? I have been racking my brains for this one. Lifters will sometimes pump up when cold and then lose pressure as they get worked. Would explain why your camshaft died. Suggest you look at old camshaft, see the cams that were worn and replace those lifters. Only thing I can come up with!

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SOURCE: firing order range rover 40ltr v8 p38

Passenger side front to rear 2,4,6,8, driver side 1,3,5,7. Distributer rotates clockwise. Number 1 is usually marked on the cap.
firing_order-1.jpg Leads for distributor cap should be connected as illustrated.
RH - Right Hand side of engine, when viewed from rear.
LH - Left Hand side of engine, when viewed from rear.
firing_order-2.jpg

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