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Just plg them in. It its not right you will know it. try again. You wont hurt anything if you fire up in wrong order,

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Engine light on. went to auto parts store, they diagnosed number 2 or 3 cylinder not firing. prior to this i changed plugs and wires. then i changed the coil. the engine light went off and the gas economy...


Hello mikew564.The first diagnosis was number 2 or 3 cylinder not firing. Once you changed the coil, the check engine light went off. When the light came back on again, did you get it diagnosed again to find out if the problem was the same?... 2 or 3 cylinder not firing????

First of all, there is NO extra wire/ground on the coil/ignition wiring (see images below). The spark plugs and ignition plug wiring can be checked for arcing, corrosion, resistance and can be checked for cracks in the insulators or worn electrodes (and spark gap) by a competent mechanic.
If you are having the same issue (2 - 3 misfire), there are several techniques for eliminating the plug wires or spark plugs. Spray water on the plug wires to see if they are arcing. Swap plugs from cylinders 2 & 3 with cylinders 1 & 4. If you still have a 2-3 misfire, check/inspect/examine the coil connector pins & coil harness to the coil(s) themselves.

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What is the rigth way to connect the spark plug cables into a distributor of a cadillac catera 1997?


STANDING IN FRONT OF ENGINE FACING CRANKSHAFT.CYLINDERS ON LEFT SIDE ENGINE 1 3 5 AND CYLINDERS ON THE RIGHT SIDE OF THE ENGINE ON DRIVER SIDE IS 2 4 6 GET PIECE PAPER WRITE NUMBER 5 3 1 AND UNDER THAT NUMBER WRITE NUMBER 2 6 4 THATS COIL PLUGS WIRES LOCATION HOLDING THAT PIECE OF PAPER FACING FRONT OF ENGINE IS PLUG WIRES LOCATION ON IGNITION COILS TO ENGINE SPARK PLUGS. NUMBERS ON PAPER HAS TO LINE UP LIKE 5 OVER 2 AND 3 OVER 6 AND 1 OVER 4 NUMBERS I GIVE YOU WHEN YOU LINE THEM UP HOLD PAPER STANDING FRONT ENGINE.THAT IS CORRECT PLUG WIRES LOCATION ON SPARK PLUG COILS.

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Hello Momtexas1:

>>Remove the Spark Plugs and Wrap the Threaded Section of the Plug with Wire, then Attach the Other End of the Wire to the Engine Block.
>>**First Make Sure the Plastic End that Snaps to the Plug is Allowing Current to the Plug. Use a Test Light or Multimeter and Check for Fire Behind this Connector (through the Large Rubber like Coil Lead to Plug) for Fire to the Plug whenever there is No Fire to the Plug.**
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>>Check for Fire. If No Fire, then Remove the Cut Off Wire from the Coil (removal of the blower housing required) and Check for Fire.
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plug wire hooked to the plug. leave a spark plug in the cylinder
head so gas wont fly out and hit the test spark plug catching fire (seen it done).
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