The number 4 cylinder is typically at the back of the motor while the number 1 cylinder is located at the front. This is done to minimize confusion and streamline the repair process.
The number one piston is always at the front side of the motor where the belts are. If it is a 4 cylinder. If it is a 6 cylinder its is always the 1st cylinder on the left side of the motor at the front where the belts are. Justin
Looking at the motor compartment from the front of the truck, the number one cylinder is the first on the left (passenger side)of the motor.
1st cylinder up front on the drivers side is #1.
If you are standing in front of your car and looking at the motor, the number one cylinder will be the one farthest to the right. If you are standing in front of your car and looking at the motor, the number one cylinder will be the one farthest to the right.
GM and Chrysler, it is the front driver side cylinder.GM and Chrysler, it is the front driver side cylinder.
On the 4 cylinder its at the front of the motor On the V6 its on the passenger side of the motor , front cylinder
The 1st one is on the passenger side standing in front of the motor.
YES - passenger side of engine , front cylinder
passenger side of engine , front cylinder FIREWALL 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 FRONT
Passenger front cylinder is #1. Passenger rear cylinder is #4. Driver front is #5. Driver rear is #8. (And it's an engine not a motor.)
It's a 6 cylinder Someone may have dropped an 8 cylinder GM motor in the car, that is a popular thing to do