I need the firing order for a 1985 dodge 350
Are you sure it's a 350 Dodge? I wasn't aware they made one...
However, the firing order every chrysler V8 I'm aware of is 1 8 4 3 6 5 7 2. Looking from the front of the engine, the odd numbered cylinders are on your right, starting with 1 at the front, while the even numbered cylinders are on your left, starting with 2 at the front
Small block Chrysler v8's have the distributor located towards the back of the engine, the rotor turns clockwise and port one is the one closest to the front of the engine, while the big block engines have the distributor near the front, with number 1 being the port closest to cylinder number 2, and they rotate anti-clockwise
Hope this helps ?
Apr 24, 2016 |
Dodge Cars & Trucks