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engine cylinder locations

No numbering location on ignition
coils

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cylinders

Posted on Nov 13, 2014

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02 bmw745I I replace the spark plugs twice and coils twice. I still cant get rid of the code p1343 misfire at cylinder 1 with fuel cut-off. I ALSO REPLACE THE FUEL INJECTORS HELP ME.


If the coils and plugs are good, it leaves injectors or the electronics that drives the injector on number 1.
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I'm getting trouble code p01320 on 2000 nissan


p1320 is a ignition primary signal code. you may need ignition coils. not a common issue on a 2000 sentra, but depending on milage you may need coils. unfortunatelly you dont have a specific cylinder number code stored such as p0301 which is number 1 cylinder misfire and so on in your case p0301 to p0304 because its a 4 cylinder vehicle. with the p1320 its usually the whole set of 4 coils.

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I cant get to the coil pack? whats the easiest way?


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Firing order. took the spark plug cables off and don`t know where they go back


First,look at the coils see if the towers are numbered.Each coil fires 2 cylinders!
look on intake manifold for fireing order display! The v6 engine fires from one bank across to the other in a straight line example,cylinders 1&2 3&4 and 5&6 at the rear of the engine or farthest right side. 1&2 left side faceing engine 3&4 in the middle. All you need to do is find cylinder # 1 hook up the # 1 wire to the # 1 coil tower to the # 1 plug or cylinder,follow the fireing order 123456,its simple if you cant see coil tower numbers look at another car with same engine that has distributor less ignition.The coil pack for the 4 cylinder gm has plug wire terminals or towers numbered as well.Only in a harder place to see like behind and underneath!

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I have a ford f150 that is mis firing on number


The most coomon thing is a coil. You cant really test without a scanner or way to test coil output. But you should replace the spark plugs and the #3 Ignition coil. Use MOTORCRAFT PLATINUM Spark Plugs only. Number 3 is the 3rd back on the Passenger side. Be sure there is no water/coolant on the spark plug well, if there is coolant, one of the heater hoses may be leaking. Take coils out, using a 7mm socket, be sure to blow out the spark plug hole with compressed air before removing the spark plug. Take the rubber boot off each coil and place some "silicone dielectric grease" in th ecavity for the coil end to keep out moisture. Cyls 1 2 3 4 on pass side, 5 6 7 8 on drivers side. After you are done, remove the positive battery cable for a few minutes to clear the memory and long term fuel trims.

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I cant figure out the right order of the plug


Firing Order on 2.2 liter: 1-3-4-2
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From the coil from fire wall to radiator: #1 coil 4-1 #2 coil 3-2 Good luck and this should help you get your car running 100% again. 

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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
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Spark plug wiring


The coil have these number 1,4,3,2 these are the cylinder number and the number 1 cylinder spark is the first of the left when you are in front of the car trunk the secuency is continuos in the motor from left to right 1,2,3,4.

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I pulled off my plug wires and now cant get it right,think coils may have been switched around. can any one tell me firing order of coils please, it emerg have to move car in morning and it 9pm herre,


its mark on ignition coil cylinder number 1 is behind the alternator number 2 is front 3 rear and so on hope it help fixya our post thanks pierre

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