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Just call a Ford dealer.They normally will give out info like that for free.When I did my ignition coil,I made a little chart.
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24 something like that. Good luck! Greg

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Hi everybody, i have a 2003 mitsubishi montero limited 3.8L i was changing my sparkplugs and disconnected the three of them and forgot wath is the order to connect to the ignotion coils


Firing Order1-2-3-4-5-6.
NOTE: This engine is a six-cylinder engine. The cylinder numbers are assigned as 1-3-5 for the right bank and 2-4-6 for the left bank from the front of the engine (timing belt side). This engine is fired in the order of 1-2-3-4-5-6 cylinders.
found this helpful answer from mitsubishi mechanic on JustAnswer com

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How do you change spark plugs


Hi Gary!

If you got a CAR and not a truck, there are a few things you need to pay attention to when replacing spark plugs.

You need to make sure your spark plugs are the issue for whatever the problem is.
Take a 16mm SPARKPLUGS spanner (it's a special sort of tool that you buy in the shop, unless you have it, don't bother to try with anything else, or your could do some damage), unplug one of the cables attached to one of the sparkplugs (make sure you don't unplug more that one, so you won't mess the order), take your magic tool (sparkplug socket spanner or whatever it is called) fit it on top of the sparkplug, (listen for the clicking) and then twist it left until the sparkplug is out.

Have a look to your sparkplug, and see if there is any carbon on it (if it's black, it has to be replaced/sandpapered)

repeat the operation to the other (alledgedly 3) sparkplugs, naking sure you DO NOT MESS UP the order of the cables that connect to the sparkplugs.

If finally you've decided it is time to replace the sparkplugs, under NO circumstances, replace less than ALL of them. (unless you replace them on the car of someone you don't like)

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Isuzu V6 sparkplug firing order


gee guy, 3.1L or 3.2L?
you only need 3 things to time the distrib. static.
where is #1, its the most forward cylinder, LOOK carefully.
forward means closest to the cam drive end of engine.
not flywheel end.
rotor rotation direction (crank and watch it)
now the order, 3.2l v6? IS It? the single cam?
1990 trooper v6
answering for only USA car...
our 3.2 has no distrib V6 its DIS.






3.1L V6 USA spec. only. rotor is CCW
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I change the engine on the car and it's bacfireing and hard to start with backfireing at all the time but it's runing it run fine


This sounds like a crossed sparkplug wire, start by making sure the firing order is correct, if theres a sparkplug wire in the wrong spot this would cause hard starting and the backfiring, so check the firing order first, i would of given you a firing order diagram but you forgot to list the year, make , model and the engine size. good luck and have a good day.

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Firing order for sparkplugs 2005 pathfinder


Firing order: 1-5-3-6-2-4 distributor rotation: counterclockwise. ...

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I HAD #3 SPARK PLUG BLOW OUT OF CYLINDER. HAD IT REPAIRED AND ALL NEW PLUGS, FUEL FILTERAND PCV PUT IN NOW TRUCK HAS A VERY FAINT ROUGH IDLE. ANY IDEAS


#3 sparkplug is not firing at peak performance.
The engine block sparkplug hole had to be re-threaded in order to accept an adapter for the replacement spark plug. The sparkplug is sitting "higher" in the cylinder than the others (not as efficient).
It may even be a different sparkplug altogether in order to accommodate the adapter.

Add a silicone insulator gel (AutoZone $2) inside both boot ends of the sparkplug wires and re-seat them all.

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Forgot where spark plug wires go.


give me your engine size and i will tell you.

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Sparkplug wiring for 1995 chevy suburban


It should say on the intake if noti think the right side is 1 3 5 7 left is 2 4 6 8 if it back fires or dont start switch it around .

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