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Fire order for 1995 pontiac grand prix

What is the fire order for 1995 pontiac grand prix wires crossed up

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    thanks that solves the problem

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    What size engine? If it is a 3.4 with a 8th digit of "x", it is 1-2-3-4-5-6. It is the same for a 3100.

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