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Old 01-07-2012, 05:06 PM
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2002 150 firing order

I have a 2002 f150 supercab with a 5.4 triton,i am getting a code saying that number 6 cylinder is misfiring what is the firing order?
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6 would be the drivers side second back from the front.
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Standing in Front of the truck.
----------- 5 - 1
Driver side--6 - 2
----------- 7 - 3 Passenger side
----------- 8 - 4
Back of engine.
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Cylinder 6 is on the driver's side of truck, second back from the front of the truck.
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You may think it nit picking but it's not the fire order.
It's the cylinder physical position designation as a reference Ford uses.
Actual fire 'order' is quite different.
The injectors follow the same fire order but operate a short time before ignition in each cylinder when the intake valve is open, for obvious reasons.
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