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Do you have a picture or diagram of firing order for 1993 S-10 Chevy blazer V6 vortex?

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2006-09-08 04:50:49
2006-09-08 04:50:49

the best answer I can give you is to go to http://www.autozone.com. Enter your vehicle info and go to "specifications". You will be able to find the firing order in a diagram there.

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