Firing order is indeed 1-3-4-2. The distributor rotates counter clockwise. If you remove the plugs and turn the engine over until the # 1 plug is at top dead center, (TDC) on the compression stroke, the rotor, (If equipped) will be pointing to the # 1 spark plug. This is assuming the distributor has not been removed. Here is a diagram that may also help you. http://autorepair.about.com/library/firing_orders/bl-fo-9256.htm
You losen the bolt were the distributor goes into the engine and twist the distributor little by little until its firing good, you have rev it up to tell.
basically yeah, it is made to have a little slack though. your engine should vibrate evenly, if its vibrating erratically, then you might have a broken frame (doubtful) or a broken mount, or possibly timing or firing issue.
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That would depend on what size engine you have : The 4.9 liter ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder The 5.0 liter ( 302 cubic inch ) V8 , or The 5.8 liter ( 351 cubic inch ) V8 each engine has a different firing order , a little more information please
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FACING THE DISTRIBUTOR WITH THE LITTLE DOOR TOWARD YOU, NUMBER ONE IS THE FIRST TERMINAL TO THE LEFT. THE FIRING ORDER IS 18436572 GOING IN A CLOCKWISE DIRECTION
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15 different reasons.You should have a check engine lite to start you toward a sloution. The engine computer controls the spark firing system.Engine sensors control the computer. go get a book on your car from your local library and do a little research.
AnswerThe firing order of the early 351W engine is different from the late 351W engines. The early 351W�s firing order is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8, while the smaller Windsor engine�s firing order is 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8. What makes this interesting is that 289/302 cams are completely interchangeable with 351W cams, providing you match the firing order to the camshaft. If a 289/302 cam is used in a 351W engine, the firing order must be changed to the 302 sequence 1-5-4-2-6-3-7-8 by moving the wires on the distributor cap. The same procedure is used if a 351W cam is used in a 289/302W engine where the firing order in the distributor cap must match the camshaft. Not only is the firing order different on the 302- and 351W engines, but Ford also numbers its cylinders differently than GM engines. On the Ford it is 1,2,3,4 on the passenger side starting at front of engine, and 5,6,7,8 on the drivers side.I don't know who gave that "answer", but they must be Chevy people!! The 351Modified is NOT a WINDSOR engine!! It is derived from the 351CLEVELAND and it and its big brother the 400 share nothing with the little Windsor. The firing order for the 351/400M engines is 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8. All the blah blah about 289 cams etc. is totally irrelevant to the question!!
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Usually the crankshaft is not balanced properly, but there can be any number of things that can cause this. I would talk to a mechanic, and soon, if you don't know how to check for this. By the way, most original beetles do shake a little naturally. This is due to the design (opposed four) of the engine and the firing pattern.
Check the compression on the cylinder that's not firing. If you have little or no compression on that cylinder, you need a valve job and depending on the total miles on the engine, you may need a complete engine reuild or replacement. If compression is up, replace sparkplugs, wires and distributor cap and rotor if it has a distributor. GM has been going without a distributor on many engines but probably not an 82 S10.
Need a little more information there sweetie.. my advise is to just wait.
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No one can possible answer that question on that little bit of information. What is the engine size, it could be a slant 6 for all we know. I am going to take a guess a say it's a 318 or 360 if that is the case the firing order is 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2 number one cylinder is on the front of the engine on the left side. look at the head it sits forward from the right one.
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