What are the cylinder number on Chevy 5300?
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Answer . A fouled or worn out plug, a bad or loose plug wire. There is also a chance that internal engine damage (burnt valve), or even an injector that has quit working..
Answer . \nAll 2004 Chevy V-8's (ie-the 4.8, the 5.3, the 6.0 and the 8.1) have a firing order of 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3. This is taken from the 3 volumn set of Chevrolet manuals for 2004.
The cylinder numbers are.drivers side front is 1 then 3 then 5then 7 passenger side front is 2 then 4 then 6 then 8 for left handdrive vehicles.
\n. \n Answer \n. \nthe firing order is 1836572\n. \n. \nAnswer\n. \nThe #1 cylinder is on the DRIVER'S side..closest to the radiator.
Answer . \nOn the driver side of the motor, from fron to rear, are cylinders 1,3,5,7 On the passenger side, from front to rear, are cylinders 2,4,6,8. The firing order is 18.104.22.168.22.214.171.124
Cylinder numbers for a Chevrolet 454 (7.4 L), 5.7L and 5.0L as viewed from "FRONT BUMPER" are: RIGHT (Driver's) SIDE, 1-3-5-7 and LEFT (Passenger SIDE), 2-4-6-8.. NUMBER 1 CYLINDER is located on: RIGHT (Driver's) SIDE, closest to the FRONT BUMPER.. NUMBER 2 CYLINDER is
V6: Right Hand Side - Rear (passenger - firewall side) 1 - 3 - 5 2 - 4 - 6 V8: Right Hand Side - front (passenger - radiator side) 2 - 4 - 6 -8 1 - 3 - 5 -7
the Chevy 5300, 2003 and other v8 built in that year the spark plug gap should be set at .060
It depends on the year of the car. If you have a 3.1L 1994 & older with the coil packs under thefront exhaust manifold. Front cylinders are 2-4-6, back cylindersare 1-3-5. coil packs left to right are 1-4-6-3-2-5. If you have a 3.1L 1995 & newer with the coil packs on top ofthe engine. Front cylin…ders are 2-4-6, back cylinders are 1-3-5.coil packs left to right are 5-2-3-6-4-1 (MORE)
Answer . Number one cylinder is located driver's side front of engine. With the # 1 piston at TDC on the compression stroke, the rotor will be pointing at #1 plug on cap. . Answer . Number one cylinder is located driver's side front of engine. With the # 1 piston at TDC on the compression …stroke, the rotor will be pointing at #1 plug on cap. (MORE)
It is on the drivers side front, closet to the radiator( the first spark plug).
The firing order is 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2 with 1,3,5,7 on the left bank and 2,4,6,8 on the right bank. The distributor turns clockwise..
Starting from the front (the front is where your radiator fan is located) driver side (#1 cylinder), it alternates back and forth. I.e.-#1 is front driver side, #2 is front passenger side, #3 is behind #1, #4 is behind #2, etc. Basically, from front to back on the driver side, the cylinders are #1…, #3, and #5, and from front to back on the passenger side the cylinders are #2, #4, and #6. (MORE)
Chevy doesnt make a 5.0 engine , its a 5.7 , 350 . (in 68 they made a 302 for 2 years i think) pretty sure most chevs , when looking at the vehicle from in front , the left bank , passenger side are 1-3-5-7 and the right bank , drivers side are 2-4-6-8 ======== firewall 8 - 7 6 - 5 4 …- 3 2 - 1 front ( on a Chev V8 engine ) (MORE)
Drivers side head front to rear are cylinders 1-3-5-7 The other head front to rear is 2-4-6-8
The most likely causes are either a bad plug or bad wire. Take the electrical circuit apart one by one and work backward from the plug. Pull the spark plug boot off the plug and push a test light into where the plug head would be, making sure to have the tip against the metal in the boot's clip. Spi…n the engine, but don't start it. You're just looking for spark. If the test light doesn't light, you have no spark to the plug. Next, take the plug wire off the distributor and put the tip of the test light against the metal on the distributor cap where the wire was connected and spin the engine again. If the light still doesn't light, then it is most likely the distributor cap. If it does light up, then you have a bad plug wire.or it may be your distributor module. (MORE)
4200 Vortec Inline 6 cylinder engine #1 cylinder is at the front of the engine as you stand out front and look at it. Remove the resonator box on top of the motor to expose the coil packs. The spark plugs are under them.
depending on the year it could be the coil pack is bad. mine was cracked really bad and occasionally would miss and all the sudden while driving down the road one day it just stopped working and i had to milk it home because it had NO power. i replaced that and was driving with no more miss to the e…ngine (MORE)
Standing at the front of the truck and looking at the engine, the cylinder closest to you is number 1, #2 is the 2nd, #3 is the 3rd, # 4 is the 4th and the last is #5
A 2007 equinox has cylinder number one on the front left of the engine. therefore it will be on the back left while you are looking at it while in the car.
Drivers side head, first plug up front. Firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 Drivers side head front to back cylinders are 1-3-5-7 The other head front to back is 2-4-6-8 It wires clockwise on the distributor cap.
if your looking at the engine the number 6 cyl is to the right rear of the engine (drivers Side)
If it's just one cylinder it usually indicates worn or stick rings, cracked piston or a serious valve stem seal problem.
Firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 clockwise on dist. cap Driver's side head front to rear is....1-3-5-7 The other head.........................is.....2-4-6-8
in back of engine by the alternater. 1-3-5 is in back 2-4-6 is in front!!
Driver's side head front to rear is 1-3-5 cylinders. The other head front to rear is 2-4-6 cylinders. A stright 6 cylinder engine front to back is 123456 cylinders.
your number one cylinder is on the front driverside of the engine it is also cast into the stock intake of most all V8's
\n1-2-3-4-5-6 Yes, that is correct as odd as it may seem. Easy to remember isn't it? Click the link I posted.
Number 1 on a small block Chevy is very front cylinder on the drivers side. They are numbered from front to rear on drivers side 1-3-5-7 and on the passenger side front to rear 2-4-6-8. Firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2
Standing in the front of the engine, Right head front to rear are cylinders 1-3-5-7 The left head front to back are cylinders 2-4-6-8
Drivers side head front to rear are cylinders 1-3-5-7 The other head front to rear are cylinders 2-4-6-8 The firing order on the distributor cap is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 clockwise.
Cylinder #s are: Drivers side head front to rear are cylinders 1-3-5-7 The other head front to rear are cylinders 2-4-6-8
1357 on the passenger side, 1 being at the front of the engine, 7 at the back. 2468 on the driver side, 2 being at the front of the engine, 8 at the back.
Front to back on driver side 1 3 5 and on passenger side front to back 2 4 6 .
Hi, If you are looking at the engine from the front of the van, then cylinder 1 is the back left of the engine. All of the odd cylinders are in the back, the even cylinders are in the front. Example: ---- Back ---- 1 ---- 3 ---- 5 2 ---- 4 ---- 6 --- Front ---- Good Luck, Greg
Looking at the engine and going left to right, the back cylinders are 1-3-5 and the front are 2-4-6
1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2......The driver side from front to rear is 1-3-5-7 and the passenger side is 2-4-6-8
Drivers side, front to rear, 1,3,5,7. Passenger side, front to rear, 2,4,6,8. Firing order, 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2.
If it's a 6 cylinder then it will be the first spark plug in the front of the engine. V-8 will be the first 1 on the drivers side head up front.
Drivers side front to rear 1, 3, 5. Passengers side front to rear 2, 4, 6.
Firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 clockwise on the distributor cap. Cylinder #s are drivers side head from front to rear is 1-3-5-7 cylinders and the other head front to rear is 2-4-6-8 cylinders.
Remove all spark plugs and turn the engine over until the #1 piston is at top dead center (TDC) on the compression stroke. The rotor should be pointing at the #1 plug wire connection on the distributor cap. Rotate the distributor if necessary to line it up.
Drivers side, front to rear, 1,3,5,7. Pass side, front to rear, 2,4,6,8. Firing order 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2.
According to the Haynes manual, number 1 cylinder is the first cylinder on the left if you stand in front of the car. Firing order 1-3-4-2
7 is the very back spark plug in the drivers side head. AND from front to rear will be cylinders 1-3-5-7 #2 is the very front plug in the passenger side head. AND front to rear is 2-4-6-8 cylinders. The firing order is 1-8-7-2-6-5-4-3
Cylinder #s Drivers side head front to rear are 1-3-5-7 The other head front to rear is 2-4-6-8
Cylinders #1, 3 and 5 are on the drivers side, front to rear. Cylinders #2, 4 and 6 are on the passengers side, front to rear.
I checked on Mortec and found 3973487 is used on 70-72 350's, and has 75cc chambers. There was no listing for 8978487, so you might want to clean the numbers really good to see if that's what you actually have.
I was unable to find that exact number at mortec.com, however if you have a set of 3991492's, they are very possibly a set of 70-up LT1 camel hump heads with 64 cc chambers. These would be valuable heads.
I wasn't able to find that number at mortec, however I did find 3998993. Which is a 75cc head used on 307's and 350's since the early 70's. Perhaps that is the head you have.