Question about 2000 Honda CR-V
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Posted on Oct 15, 2010
Well it sounds like soneone pulled all the wires and did'nt care how they whent back on. The motor turns the same way as the tires go down the road forward. Te number one is usally marked but on some aftermarket caps its not marked alittle #1 right between the coil wire connector and the #1 post. The Number one cyclinder is the one closest to the drivers side of the car and the cap with you standing on the passenger side of the car and the cap towards you the lower left (rear) post is the number One and as the turns to your right the upper rear post is number 3.. if the cap is straight up the wire for number one is the left rear standing in front of the car and the # 3 is the right rear as the rotor turns clockwise. ( to the right) like the wheels turn from the passenger side going forward.
Posted on Oct 14, 2010
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