[DML] Re: ok, another quick question... cylinder numbering...
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[DML] Re: ok, another quick question... cylinder numbering...

P.3 of the tech manual clarifies which is front, rear, right, left, 
etc. Standing at the rear of the car looking forward - right, left - 
Flywheel or flexplate end of engine is the front. For setting the 
timing however, there is a grove on the timing pulley that syncs with 
number 6, the left rear, and the easiest to get a timing light coil on 
to so you don't have to fuss with trying to get to the number one wire.

Harold McElraft - 3354

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "DarkStar" <darkstarmedia@...> wrote:
> ok so in section C:01:01 of the workshop manual it says that "No.1 is
> located at the right front of the engine." which would lead me to 
> that it is the cylinder furthest from the firewall on the drivers 
> However, in section c:02:07 figure 9 it seems to indicate the cylinder
> closest to the firewall on the passenger side is #1.  they can't both 
> right.  In my experience #1 is always the cylinder furthest forward 
> would indicate to me that the figure is wrong.  Can someone check me.
> Thanx,
> Richard

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