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Old 03-17-2006, 12:39 PM
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98 f150 5.4 firing order

need to check or change the cop code says missfire on #3 cylinder. but not sure if it could be a plug or witch is #3. only had truck for six months 106 thousand miles on it. Shakes at 45 mph
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Mattbl,

Your cylinders are numbered from front to rear, with 1 thu 4 on your left (as your looking at the engine from the front) and 5 thru 8 on your right.

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