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I need to know the order from front to back,left side and right cylinders on a 5.7 -350 chevy vortec engine.

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The cylinders on the drivers side from front to back are 1 3 5 7 and the passenger side are 2 4 6 8 they will always be this way on chevys from the early years to now.if you have a six cylinder you just remove the last two 7 and 8.hope this helps you.remember odds on the left evens on the right.

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