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Old 05-14-2009, 09:43 AM   #1
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can anyone tell me were i can find the diagram for the cylinders firing order.i know is like 1,7,2 etc,etc but im looking for is a diagram to see wich piston is what number.
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can anyone tell me were i can find the diagram for the cylinders firing order.i know is like 1,7,2 etc,etc but im looking for is a diagram to see wich piston is what number.
Cant tell ya but I can point you to the general direction for an answer.
It will take some book readin....
http://iihs.net/fsm/?dir=143
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once again thank you but i looked at all the ones for the 4.6 engine and none of them has the firing diagram.i might had miss it ill go over it tonight at home this computer is getting stuck on me.
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http://iihs.net/fsm/?dir=213&viewfil...IFICATIONS.pdf

1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8
4.6L 3V S197 Modular Motor 05-09

The site locks up on some computers so I found it for you in my printed
Workshop Manual. It is never slow to load and the battery never dies
along with no need for internet service to read it.
Plus its fully portable and recyclable.
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ok it seems there is an unanswered question here....

here is a pic showing which cylinder is which number....



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157db thank you and thank you for all the reading you have provided lately but im looking for the kindergarden picture like the one from hammeron.lol.
what is IEI anyways.
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well happy to help.....sometimes a picture
is worth a thousand words....

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it was a cam project.....
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I totally dropped the ball on that one hamm.....
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don't sweat it, i didn't see it buried
in there either, until i read it a second
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Hope you dont mind Hamm, but I saved your picture for future piston location question askers...
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