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In what order done's the spark plug wire go to the distibutor cap?

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How to diagram showing order for wires on distibutor?


You don't mention the year, which would help considerably.
The firing order should be marked on the intake manifold.
Pull the spark plug from #1 cylinder and put a long screwdriver in the hole. Turn the motor BY HAND until the screwdriver tops out. Pull the dist.cap and see which terminal in the cap the metal bar on the rotor points to - that will be #1. Connect that wire and follow the order CLOCKWISE around the cap.
Odd cylinder numbers are on driver side, starting at the front.
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I know you list a new distributor, but the pick up coil (inside the distributor) is what will trigger the coil for spark. Located under the rotor, it needs to be checked at the harness for voltage (key on) and measure resistance in the PU coil itself using an ohm meter. Check the harness for breaks or damage, there really is nothing else that might cause this unless you have a complete failure in your engine computer (located next to the battery).

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I dont know where to place my spark plug wire in proper firing order on the distibutor cap.


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Where is the distibutor cap on a 1993 Jetta Wagon?


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Firing order for olds 98 regency 3.8 liters


Firing Order 1-6-5-4-3-2 you need to ffind # 1 cylinder pull spark plug take distibutor cap off and torm motor over with yor finger in the plug hole you will hear a poof thats TDC AND look at the distibutor now its pointing to the wire that goes to that plug.. you don't vn ned a fing ord jus lots o time to do it only 5 cylindes, THE 6TH ONE IS MY FREE GIFT TO YOU.. NOT QUITE RIGHT ? YOU CAN MOVE THE WIRES AHEAD 1 ON THE CAP OR BACK 1 .. I TEEMS TO ME THAT THAT MOTOR MIGHT HAVE A HAMONIC BALANCER ISSUE.. CHECK WITH YOUR LOCAL PARTS STORE
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Distibutor cap, spark plugs, and firing order


Here is the firing orders for the two possible engines you might have...
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The plug wires are different lengths for different spark plugs. The best way to not get messed up is to do one wire at a time. Unplug old wire from distributor and plug, compare it to the new ones, find the new one that is the same length and replace. You don't want to get the wires mixed up. Hope this helped.

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I need a spark plug wire diagram for a 2007 dodge nitro i think that i may have them crossed if someone could help me out it would be appreciated


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