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Old 03-03-2007, 06:58 PM
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Firing order on a 360

Before I start my truck up, I want to make sure the plug wires are on correctly. I found this diagram on the internet and I want to make sure this is right. When I replaced the spark plugs, I took two wires off at the same time and then I forgot which one went where.

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Old 03-03-2007, 07:16 PM
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Looks good to me I don't have my book in front of me, but it looks right. If its not you will know in a hurry. if you start it and it dosn't sound right you know which two are swapped. I will not hurt anything if you start it. Good luck Jesse.
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Yes that's correct. where did you get that illustration as I have been looking for something as good as that ?
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Yes that's correct. where did you get that illustration as I have been looking for something as good as that ?
http://www.autozone.com/servlet/UiBr...3d800a504a.jsp

Thanks guys. I will check it out tomorrow to make sure I have them on correctly.
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Thanks, I have linked to that set of pages tons of times but never looked at the firing orders
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Looks like it's straight out of a Chiltons manual. Very clear and easy to read.
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Looks like it's straight out of a Chiltons manual. Very clear and easy to read.
Yeah but. :)

What's with the "back arrow" pointing the wrong way?

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The arrow is correct, counter-clockwise roatation.

http://boxwrench.net/specs/ford_352-428.htm
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[quote=Mil1ion]The arrow is correct, counter-clockwise roatation.

http://boxwrench.net/specs/ford_352-428.htm[/QUOTE]
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