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I need a 1988 Chevy 454 Engine Firing Order Diagram

Also need to locate a power converter time delay relay for model #PD767Q04RLTCAB in the Portland, Oregon area.

INPUT:
120 VAC 60 HZ 7.3 AMPS

OUTPUT:
12.6 VDC 48+AMPS 15 CHGR AMPS

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