Looking into the motor #1 is on your left.firing order is 1 3 4 2 from left to right.
I got a 92 colt and I believe # 1 is on the opposite side. The firing order 1 3 4 2 is correct.
I have a different . I'm looking at the Chilton's (1971-1989 Colt) and it has a diagram indicating that for all engines of that year the #1 cylinder is nearest the front of the engine (the front of the engine is not the side of the engine near the front of the car, but it is the side of the engine with the timing belt). If this is true, than as you stand in front of the car looking at the engine, #1 is farthest right. The order from left to right is 4-3-2-1 (this is the same as saying that the order from front (the timing belt side of engine) to back is 1-2-3-4. The firing order for all engines of that year is 1-3-4-2. In fact, according to Chilton's, all engines all years have the cylinders in the same order (from front of engine to back 1-2-3-4) and the firing order is always 1-3-4-2.
Two accessory belts and one timing belt.
6 cylinder - 4.3 4 cylinder - 2.2
Cylinder 1 is @ the drive belt side of the engine(passenger side), and Cylinder 4 is closest to the transmission side of the engine(driver side).
www.motorcraft.com shows : For a 1991 F150 with 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder engine Motorcraft part # EV111 for 2 wheel drive Motorcraft part # EV118 for 4 wheel drive
Drive shaft is vertical- like a lawnmower. Cylinder is horizontal.
In terms of engines, an external combustion engine such as a steam engine burns fuel outside of the pressure cylinder used to drive the piston. An internal combustion engine such as a petrol or diesel engine burns the fuel inside the pressure cylinder used to drive the piston.
The model year? Front wheel drive or all wheel drive? 4 cylinder or 6 cylinder engine? More info needed.
There were a total of 11,019 Dodge Power-Wagons built in 1965. There were 4,927 built with a 6 cylinder engine. There were 6,092 built with a V8. http://www.dodgepowerwagon.com/main/production.php
Something small with a 4 cylinder engine and a standard transmission.
The 2001 Dodge Dakota with the 2.5 liter 4 cylinder is REAR WHEEL DRIVE
On all engines, the fan(rear wheel drive) or belt drive(front wheel drive) is the front of the engine, looking at Engine from Drivers seat. For inline engines(straight block with all clyinders inline) the 1st cylinder is Number 1. On V-style engines,(V6, V8, etc) Left side front Cylinder will be Number 1. On a V6, the left side will contain Cylinders #1, 3, 5. Right side will contain Cylinders # 2, 4, 6.