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What is the Spark Plug order on Coil Pack on a 1995 Montero LS 3.0 l 24 valve? .

I recently replaced the Head Gaskets, timing belt, water pump, and any and all gaskets along the way. While away, my daughter tore off the tape identifiers to replace. Thanks for any help.

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Here are one sketch on the diagram, the order is 1,2,3,4,5,6.and the No. 1 is on the left when you are standing on the front. What is the Spark Plug order on Coil Pack on a 199 - 776f58f5-7ce2-43f6-8937-6dc2500673ad.gif

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    Gary Miltimore Apr 22, 2014

    That order had y truck running a few days ago, Than the next morning it would crank but wouldn't fire. I am going to check my belt in the morning and see if it maybe slipped a tooth.



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