You are bad out of time, or maybe you have wired the wires in the wrong rotation. It should be clockwise rotation. Check to see if you have wired it correctly, also if you have removed the distributor and reinstalled it you may be out of time.
what is the firing order for 1997 dodge ram v8
You probably mixed up the firing order.
Because the spark plug must fire when the piston is at top dead centre of a compression stroke. If the plug fires when the piston is at any other position then you get backfiring etc and no start. The correct firing order ensures the plugs fire at the right time.
Backfiring. Check mixture & ensure firing on all cylinders.
Possibly the firing order got messed up.
Could be in need of a tune up and/or a carburetor rebuild (accelerator pump failure).
Backfiring generally indicates a timing problem. The sparkplugs are firing a little too late for some reason and that lets the explosion come out through the tail pipe instead of staying in the combustion chamber. It could be as simple as a cracked distributor cap allowing the spark to jump across the moisture. Or it could be more serious.
numbers are on the intake in front of the carburetor
That is the correct spelling of the word "firing" (form of the verb to fire).
The firing order is 1,2,3,4,5,6.
Perhaps timing chain has jumped, Worn cam lobes, Firing order mixed up, Accelerator pump failure (carburetor), Faulty distributor cap,
AnswerSounds to me that your vehicle is off time. Check the timing on it. If the timing is off it will backfire through the carb and also if it is cross wired (firing order wrong) it will backfire through the carb.
Backfiring is caused by incorrect timing, or plug wires installed incorrectly which messes up the firing order. Make sure your plug wires are installed correctly. Can also be caused by an overly rich fuel air mixture.
Hey John==Without knowing what you have, it is strictly guessing. Check the firing order. Make sure the compression is ok on the engine. GoodluckJoe
The spelling "discharging" is correct (releasing, or firing).
Check the crankshaft sensor. Also check the timing and timing belt. The backfiring indicates that the engine is firing at the wrong time.
The timing is set incorrectly. Carburetor(s) needs rebuilding (bad accelerator pump). Firing order is mixed up. Replace or adjust ignition points and condenser.
Answer1,3,7,2,6,5,4,8 The previous answer is only correct for the 351 which is a rare car.The correct firing order for the 302 is 1,5,4,2,6,3,7,8
The correct firing order is 13726548.
The popping sound is backfiring this occurs for a few reasons one reason is your vehicle is running to rich or to lean this happens when you don't have the proper fuel and air mixture you can adjust this with a screw on the side of the carburetor. Another reason could be that your vehicle is firing to late or to early you can adjust this by retarding or advancing your distributor.
Check th firing order. It is 1-6-5-4-3-2
The correct firing order is: 1-3-4-2
1-2-3-4-5-6 is the correct firing order.
the correct firing order is 18436572 have fun