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What is the Spark Plug order on Coil Pack on a 1995 Mitsubishi Montero LS 3.0 liter 24 valve? .

I recently replaced Head Gaskets, cleaning and sealing as I went. While I was away my curious daughter tore off the tape i wrote on to identify the reinstall Ignition wire placement on my coil pack. Any help would be great, as I have found 8 different posts online claiming to be the order...:(

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    Santiago A Apr 21, 2014

    Here: ; hoope it helps.. (cuiorus daughters are the future mechs ;)

  • Gary Miltimore
    Gary Miltimore Apr 22, 2014

    That is a diesel inline 4 Manual? How does that apply sir?



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As you standing in front of the engine looking at the coil pack from left to right....2-5-4-3-6-1. cylinders 1-3-5 are on the passenger side and 2-4-6 are on the drivers side.

Posted on Apr 20, 2014

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    Gary Miltimore Apr 22, 2014

    I am not having luck with that order :( . It started up a few days ago with 524163, which is written on the front of my Coil Pack, but It was missing i believe. I drove it a bit that day, then sunday morning, No Start. I am going to pull off the front and recheck the Timing marks, and make sure it didnt slip a tooth, and will check that order you provided again. and that was for the 1995 Montero LS v6 3.0l 24 valve? Just double checking, I have gotten alot of the 12 valve engine version they also made that year.



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check the jack pins condition, check for brakes, check the harnhes for broken wires, try an other ecm from a junked or salvage or borrowed and see if it makes any difference

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