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I mixed up the firing order on my spark pkug wires when i removed

I took my sprak plug wires out of my car to check my spark plugs, and when i did so i didnt know you had to put them back a certain way. i was told the firing order has to be right or the car wont run. i have a 97 honda accord could you tell me how to replace them in the right order so my car will start again please...

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