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1 3 4 2 firing order

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A 4 cylinder engine will have a coilpack containing four individual ignition coils - one for each cylinder, but they are likely to be wired as if there is only two. This is to simplify the wiring and to cut a little unnecessary complication from the ECU.
Effectively those four coils are two pairs of coils - the primary windings of coils one and four are wired in series and similarly the primary windings of coils two and three.

When cylinder number one fires a spark is also generated by coil number four but causes no effect as that cylinder is at the top of the exhause stroke. This is called the wasted spark principle.

The same effect can be obtained by using a single coil per two cylinders of a type which has a single secondary winding which is completely isolated or not grounded in any way. One end feeds one spark plug and the other end is also terminated in a spark plug wire and terminal.

This simplification means the coil pack (4 cylinder example) is fed by only three or four wires (usually four).

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Each Bank of cylinders are numbered 1 to 4, so A bank is A1, A2, A3 and A4 and B Bank is B1, B2, B3 and B4. Cylinder A1 (the one at the front of the engine), is the first to fire, so time the engine to the firing point of this cylinder to time your ignition. After that the Cylinders will fire in this order:-
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