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Firing order need to know th efiring order for spark plugs

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    Are the cylanders numbered from left to right or right to left?

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For an L4 2.2l

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for a v6

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If its a 6 cylinder the number 1 is under the alternator 2 is in the front 3in the back and so on if it a 4 cylinder number 1 is from passager side look on our ignition coil the number of cylinder there hope it help you fixya our post thank you pierre
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2.2L L4 four cylinder engine is: 1-3-4-2.
V6 engines is 1-2-3-4-5-6

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    Ryan Rogers Jul 15, 2008

    Very nice post voodoomax !!!!

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