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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
1998 there are no hook ups are t.s has to be hard wired, The questions is where is the blue electric brake wire under dash and the cold brake wire
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Posted on Sep 29, 2008
Firing order is stamped on the block intake manifold or label. 4 cyl are typically 1324
From the web:
The firing order for four cylinder engines where the cylinders are in-line is 1243 or 1342.
Those are the only two possibilities I've ever found for inline four cylinder engines. In practice, it's almost always 1342, except for Ford engines which are 1243.
Take one off at a time and replace it
Do not run the wires parallel (side-by-side) for more than 6". Cross them over each other wavy-like if needed. This will prevent crossfire.
Replace Points, Plugs, Condenser, Rotor and Cap too.
Posted on Mar 27, 2009
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