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Firirng order for a 99 jetta 2L standing in front of the car.

I found the firing order for my car but is that the order i would use standing in front of my car?

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  • Anonymous Aug 30, 2008

    Is there a mark for the number one spark plug wire? What should the fire order be. My car is surging at high speed and stubble at low speed.

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Where is the #1 cylinder and where can I find the timing marks on the crankshaft?

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