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Where is the number 1, 2 3 4 position on the distributor cap

I have the firing order but don't know the positions on the distributor cap

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SOURCE: correct piston position for firing order...piston

It doesn't matter where the other pistons are as long as #1 is all the way up or Top Dead Center. What matters is what the valves are doing when #1 is at TDC. Watch the valves carefully as you turn the engine over and make sure that the intake opens first. At TDC both valves should be closed and as you go past TDC the exhaust valve will start to open. Remember that this only happens in this order every other time #1 hits TDC.
When you have this order correct the #1 piston should fire. Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 30, 2010

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The ignition order for my 1988 Mitsubishi Mirage is Longest lead to left-hand outer piston, then left-hand inner piston followed by right-hand outer piston then right-hand inner piston., going in an anti-clockwise direction.

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Here's a diagram for you that i think will help. Can't remember the rotation of the rotor but if you match up the numbers you should be all set. Hope this helps you and good luck.

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This appears to be correct, also havent known in my time using alldata for it to be wrong on any occasion so far. I trust that this is the correct fring order and wiring on distributer cap. Are you still having problem or just asking before taking on the task of a tuneup?

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