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With a firing order 1342 if the number 1 cylinder was on firing stroke what stroke will cylinders 342 be on?

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Assume #1 was on fire stroke...<
#2 is on exhaust stroke...>
#3 is on compression stroke...<
#4 is on power stroke...>
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