A rule fo thumb on all cars is this. First I'm not sure were your distributor is on your car but I really don't have to know. All front and rear wheel drive cars be it 4 or 6 or 8 cylinder engines number 1 cylinder is on the front of the engine. And the back of a engine is always were the transmission is. This is a rule of thumb there might be some foreign made car out there some were that might be differnt but I haven't seen it.
When standing on the passanger side looking at the distributor the top right plug is cylinder one (the cylinder closest to the distributor). The top left plug on the distributor is cylinder two. The bottom left plug is cylinder three. Finally the bottom left plug is cylinder four (the cylinder furthest from the distributor, closest to the timing gear). Hope this helps.
Distributor- 4-3-2-1- timing belt 34 12 (looking at distributor firing order)
South down's is closest. USA is furthest.
If it is a 4-cylinder engine, it is the cylinder furthest to the passenger side of the engine. If it is a V-6 engine, it is also on the passenger side, but on the head closest to the firewall.
Cylinder #3 is the 3rd one starting from belts side. #1 is closest to the belts, #4 is furthest away from belts
It is closest to the radiator for the 4 cylinder engine motor.
You are closest to the Sun at perihelion and furthest at aphelion. As to which month, it will depend on where you live. In the Northern Hemisphere you are closest to the Sun in January and furthest in July.
Follow the spark plug wire from the #1 cylinder back to the distributor. This will be the 1 position. The #1 cylinder is the one at the front of the engine closest to the radiator.
No it is the closest.
There should be a mark on the distributor or it's switch plate that indicates where the rotor should point for cylinder 1. If you look at the distributor from the front of the vehicle, the closest center position should be for cylinder 2. Clockwise 1/8 th turn from that should be cylinder 1 position, but double check against the indicator mark that should be present.
follow your plug wires from your distributor,just remember dont pull on the wires to disengage them,pull on the base[CLOSEST TO THE PLUG].
The biome that is the closest and farthest may vary to where you live.
The firing order for a Mitsubishi 1.8 liter engine is 1, 3, 4, 2. The number one cylinder is on the left side, closest to the engine pulley.
cylinder number one is the one closest to the timing belt.from the timing belt to the distributor side the cylinders go in the following order.1234
Its the cylinder head underneath the intake manifold. Cyl. 1 is the cylinder closest to the timing covers. The ignition coils fail frequently. I've seen a lot of them if you are having misfire concerns.
stand at the front of the engine. the cylinder head at your left is actually your right bank, and the head at your right is labled as your left bank, as if you were to label them in reference from the position of being seated in the truck. but for simplicity I will give you reference from the perspective of standing in front of the truck, facing the engine, because that is the way you will be working on it.On the left bank, or the cylinder head at your right, the cylinder closest to you is Number 1 Cylinder. The next one back on the same head is Cylinder Number 3. And the left bank Cylinder closest to the firewall, furthest from you, is Cylinder Number 5.Let's go to the right bank, or the cylinder head at your left standing in front of the motor. The Cylinder closest to you is #2, then #4, and the cylinder furthest from you on this head, closest to the firewall, is then #6.So, the most important aspect of the answer: the firing order is very simple! This is your firing order. 1-2-3-4-5-6
Closest point is called the perihelion; furthest from sun is aphelion.
no, it's not. the furthest planet is Neptune.
Just drag the big fish straight to the furthest fish then the second furthest then third furthest then the closest one to you.
The #1 spark plug is the furthest forward on the driver's side. Follow that spark plug wire back to the cap and it would be the one you seek. Most of the time it's the tower closest to the #1 plug, but that's not as important as getting the firing order correct.
the number one cylinder on a Mitsubishi eclipse 4g63 will be closest to you cam gears. on the far right of the valve cover
firing order is 18436572... looking from fan, first post on distributor will be closest to you to right. that will go to cylinder 1. post to right is 8, then 4, and so on.
Number @ cylinder is located at the front of the engine nearest the distributor and closest to the grille. FYI, the distributor rotates counter clockwise. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Just adding to the answer : firewall 1-----3-----5 2-----4-----6 front of Mercury Villager V6 > driver
On a V6 it is the first cylinder (closest to the belt) on the front head (closest to the radiator).On a V6 it is the first cylinder (closest to the belt) on the front head (closest to the radiator).
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, and Jupiter. In that order from closest to furthest.