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Old 11-06-2011, 04:00 PM
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#6 Cylinder location ?

Just to make sure I'm reading It correctly. Front of engine is front of truck (radiator end) so even # cylinders are on the Drivers side correct ?
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Yea its third one back on drivers side .
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Yea its third one back on drivers side .
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radiator
2.............. 1
4.............. 3
6.............. 5
8.............. 7
drivers....... passanger
side........... side
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radiator
2.............. 1
4.............. 3
6.............. 5
8.............. 7
drivers....... passanger
side........... side

Cool thanx. I thought so, but in tech folder was a little confusing with left and right, frot and back.
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