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351M Firing Order

Does anyone know what the correct firind order is for a 1977 351M, the one in the haynes service manual is way different that the way my truck is wired and before i go changing the order on mine i just wanted to know what it was really supposed to be.
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15426378 firing order'

1234 is on passengers side, 5678 is drivers
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Just so you know

FTE has a 335 engine series forum for questions like this.
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firing order

Thanks for the help, we got it running good now, after looking at it again we noticed that the vacuum timing advance was disconnected, the choke was partially stuck on and the carb wasnt even tightened down on the intake all the way, but now it runs good.

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