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Firing order on 350c.i.d. dist cap. - Silverado 1500 Chevrolet Cars & Trucks

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  • Richard Scordino Aug 31, 2010

    Chevrolet v8 firing order is 18436572 thank me!!!

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Firing order is 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3 number 1 cylinder is the front first cylinder on the drivers side [odd cylinders r on drivers side also]

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1986 350 engine changed timing chain won't start on #1 but starts and runs great if i set roder facing #6 dist cap is there two firing orders for this engine ?


THERE IS ONLY ONE FIRING ORDER FOR THIS IT HAS BEEN THE SAME SINCE 1960??? 18436572 WITH NO1 IF YOU ARE STANDING STRAIGHT IN FRONT OF THE ENGINE YOUR HEI DIST SHOULD HAVE 2 PRONGS STRAIGHT ACCROSS FACING YOU IF IT IS NOT YOU MUST PULL THE DIST, ROTATE THE ENGINE AROUND TO COMPRESSION STROKE, VERIFY THIS BY THE POINTER ON THE TIMING COVER SET IT TO 0 WITH THE PISTON IN NO1 CYLINDER UP IF NO 1 PISTON IS NOT UP FULLY EXTENDED IN THE SPARK PLUG HOLE YOU ARE NOT AT NO 1
IF THE PISTON IS FULLY EXTENDED AND YOU HEARD A AIR SOUND THEN YOU ARE RIGHT, PLACE THE DIST BACK IN TURN THE ROTOR 1 TO 2 NOTCHES BACK TO THE RIGHT AND HAVE SOME ONE CRANK THE ENGINE IN SPURTS, IT SHOULD DROP IN, THEN REPEAT THE PROCESS TO VERIFY YOU ARE ACTUALLY ON NO1 THEN BEGIN THE WIRING

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1-3-4-2
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There wont be a firing order on the dist cap , there might be a firing order stamped onto the intake manifold near usually infront of the throttle body.
to get the cap wiring you will need a manual, some auto store will print you off pictures of the cap firing order and cylinder numbering, just ask.

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Your firing order is 1-3-4-2 The rotor in the dist cap rotates clockwise, cylinders are numbered 4 at front of engine, 3,2,1 at firewall.

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