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Firing order what is the firing order from plugs to disi its a mazda 323 1.4 1999 also on disi cap are numbers they are as follows 2 1 3 4

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1342 direction of rotor rotation.

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Standing in front of the vehicle looking into the engine bay, the cylinders are numbered 1-4 from left to right (or passenger side to driver side if you prefer) Connect your leads to the corresponding numbers on the distributor.

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Those numbers on the cap identify which cylinder is connected to which plug wire and in some cases its also the firing order. Usually the firing order is stamped into the top of the intake manifold someplace. You also need to know which direction the rotor is turning in to make sure you get the correct order. Leave the cap off and bump the started to see which direction the rotor turns in and you can work out the firing order from that.

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