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What is the firing sequence for the V6 engine?

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The firing order is 1-6-5-4-3-2 On the drivers side, radiator to firewall 1-3-5 On the passenger side, radiator to firewall 2-4-6 The distributor cap drives side radiator to firewall 3-1-5 The distributor cap passenger side radiator to firewall 2-4-6-coil 

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