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Firing order and cylinder number one location for 1967 Porsche 912

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Here is a link to diagram and it answers your other question and much more. Select Number 5 Cylinder Definition. Firing order is 1,4,3,2. Cylinder 1 is front right side. 912 Ignition

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All types fire 1432 #1 is on front right of engine
.The vac advance on dist. is at #1 on all types except 1 and early 2's. late 2 3 4 Are #1 at vac advance
Hope this helps mike

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