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Old 08-25-2006, 11:38 AM
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spark plug firing order

i just replaced the spark plugs and wires on my 81' straight six, but i for got the firing order....

can anyone show me some pics of their engine, or a diagram telling in what order to put the wires?

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Old 08-25-2006, 12:51 PM
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it should be on your intake manifold
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one is in front of course.
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Heard this years ago (mid 70's) most all american 6 cyl firing order 15-36-24

15 is to young to date,36 is to old and 24 is just right! Never forgot that.
Also for your engine, clockwise rotation, but that would be easy enough for you to figure out.
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hahahahahahahha

i think 36 sounds not that old anymore to some of us.
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Old 08-26-2006, 10:23 AM
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I'll be 48 soon so yeah 36 sounds young
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Heard this years ago (mid 70's) most all american 6 cyl firing order 15-36-24

15 is to young to date,36 is to old and 24 is just right! Never forgot that.
Also for your engine, clockwise rotation, but that would be easy enough for you to figure out.
thats how my teacher told us to remember it...
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Fours and sixes are easy eights 18436572 for Chevy , don't ask me to recite the rest, a smart man told me many moons ago those along with specifications are in books so we don't have to GUESS.
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