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I want to know in what order the cylinders are coming on a v6 2.7 biturbo and where i start to count

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Looking from the front of the engine looking backwards to the gearbox......
1.2
3.4
5.6
firing order 135624
regards
geoff

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

  • geoff hunter Aug 26, 2010

    sorry got that very wrong.#1 cylinder is allways on the left,so left 1 right 2

    left3 right 4

    left5 right6

    sorry must be something in the tea my wife just brought in......

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