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Firing order do coil packs have to go on in certain order on the 1.8 sentra

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Take the cap and button off the distributor and there is a lil plate under the cap ,unscrew the screw and see IR there is metal shavings and if it looks burnt up . If so replace the distributor . It happened to my mercury villager and it is a Nissan quest motor in it . Could be the problem ,,I couldn't believing it was that because it was getting fire but not at the right time the injector were injecting .

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Firing order for 1998 toyoto rav4


Plugs from left to right:

1-2-3-4


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3 - Rear coil pack, rear post
2 - Rear coil pack, front post

4 - Front coil pack, rear post
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Diagram of coil pack firing order on 2006 kia sportage


Firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6
Cylinders on the head with the coil pack are 2-4-6 so the other head is 1-3-5
Its difficult to tell by the diagram but the coil sequence may be 3-4-5-2-6-1
diagram courtesy of autozone.com



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Sep 03, 2015 | 2006 Kia Sportage 2.7

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What is the Wire Order with distributor?


theres no distributor and the firing order for your 3.8 is 1-6-5-4-3-2-the following link shows the coil pack
Buick General Motor 3800 V6 Engine Firing Order DIS IDI ignition timing 3.8 Buick Engine Coil Pack Firing Order Spark Plug Wire Location Which way do the spark plug wires go on & what cylinder is what?
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For the Buick V6 231 3.8 liter turbocharged engine:
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Firing order:
1 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 3 - 2.
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Spark plug wire location on coil pack:
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Closest to the back of the car, left to right: 1 - 5 - 3.
Closest to the front of the car, left to right: 4 - 2 - 6.
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Spark plug wire location on engine:
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drivers side, front to back of car: 1 - 3 - 5.
passenger side, front to back of car: 2 - 4 - 6.
.----and this link shows the coil pack to cylinders
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I need firing order on 1998 Suzuki swift on plugs and cole pack


;post engine sizes? they used 3 engine, or more world wide
if it has a 4 wire pack the engine firing order is fixed by ecu
1342
but the COIL PACK must not be scrambled.
replace wires 1 by 1. (if new pack, mark old first)
if lost the org. pack is marked, 1,2,3,4 , if not you need
the marks, out of FSM or maker of new coil.
here is the list of engines, ;pick one>?

1.0 L G10 (LP2) I3
1.0 L G10T (LS3) turbo I3
1.3 L G13A/BA (L72) 8V I4
1.3 L G13B/G13K 16V DOHC I4
1.5 L G15A 16V I4
1.6 L G16 16V I4

if you cant use alldata.com to see that.
or cant use suzuki pit stop plus for $4
then google for your engine. and pray.

i can guess, because i can see the 2 coils there. in pack
and they are in series like this
1 <><><><><><<4 (series wound) the plastic case telsl me. this.
2><><><><><<> 3.
or group 2
2><<><><3
1><><<>>4

see? so try 1 ontop, run ok
no
try 1 in group 2.
this is called wasted spark
1 and 4 fire together.
then 2 and 3 as one;
so if 1 is connected right and 2,
then 2 and 3 must work if 1 fires right, see?
as you can see only #1 maters. if you now the coil end to end wiring.


tell country and engine, and all this is 100x more easy.
but ive never ever had to look it up.
the coil packs are obvious wired a certain way.
all in 2 guesses.

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I am having trouble fiquiring out which wire goes to which plug. The wires are different lengths and the correct wire length has to go specifically with the correct plug. I have the firing order dia


The firing order is 1-2-3-4-5-6
Cyl #1 is front left when looking at engine front to back
left coil pack connects to cyls. 5-2
center coil pack connects to cyls. 3-6
right coil pack connects to cyls. 4-1
It doesn't matter which connector on the coil you use just that the cylinder is connected to the proper coil pack (the coil fires both plugs at the same time, twice per each full 4 stroke cycle)
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Dec 20, 2013 | 1998 Chevrolet Lumina

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Need firing order for 2004 forenza 2.0.also which terminal is #1 on the coil pack


Firing order is 1342 --- Order on the Coil Pack is 4,1,2,3 -- Line the plug wires up in that order starting at one end of the coil pack, if that doesn't work, start at the other end of the coil pack with the same 4,1,2,3 order. Cyl. #1 on the engine is closest to the crankshaft pulley (and all other pulleys) -- Disregard the firing order at this point, it will only add to the confusion. Stick to the 4,1,2,3 order for lining up the plug wires

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My 2004 Nissan Sentra 1.8L wont fire. It tries to turn over, but never fires. I have checked battery, oil, air filter, etc, and cannot find where the problem lies.


Hi and welcome to FixYa!

The coil pack can be faulty that's why the car won't fire up. If the coil pack is faulty it tends not to give current to the plugs. One good reason why it only turns but won't fire up. You will need to have the coil pack replaced as a first course of action.

Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa! Have a good one!

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Firing order for a 94 corsica


1342 is the most common firing order unless its 6 cyl then its either 153624 or 142536

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I think the firing order is not correct on my 89 beretta V6


firing order for the 2.8 and 3.1 engines is 1 2 3 4 5 6. if you got plugs wires out of place left from right of coil pack..this is where your wires will go from coil pack to plugs.1 4 6 3 2 5 . now looking at your engine.rear cylinders left from right is 1 3 5 your front cylinder left to right is 2 4 6 now firing order for 2.0 - 2.2L - 2.3 engines is 1 3 4 2 . looking at 2.3 engine left to right cylinders is 1 2 3 4 .now the 2.0 2.2L engine cylinders left to right is 4 3 2 1.if you got coil wires mixed up.looking at coil pack facing you first would be 1 4 3 2 .this is the cylinders wires will go.

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Need firing order for 4.6 ford


Firing order is 13726548 coil packs are laid out standing in front of the engine

6 3 7 2
1 5 4 8

Cylinder's are numbered

4 8
3 7
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