I assume that you mean, "2.3 liter engine," because 23 liters is pretty big, and Ford never made one that size. The firing order is 1-3-4-2, and cylinder number 1 is the one on the end where the drive belts for the alternator, etc., are; cylinder number 4 is closest to the transmission or output end of the engine. Two and three are, naturally, in order between one and four. Ignition timing is dependent upon a lot of factors, all related to engine/application questions. An initial timing of approximately five degrees before top dead center will get the engine running; you can get better specifications from a shop manual for your particular application. If it is for an automobile in the United States, Europe, Australia, or Japan, there should be a sticker under the hood which gives the tune-up specifications.
EGR valve I believe
In a diesel engine connected to a generator with a 23% engine efficiency, 1 liter of diesel should produce nearly 2.7 kilovolt-amperes. More with improved engine efficiency.
According to the EPA Fuel Economy Guide, all 1993 Cadillac models with a 4.9 liter engine rate as follows: Highway: 23 MPG City: 15 MPG Combined: 17 MPG
With the engine off then turning it on, it should be between 23 to 31 psi. With the engine running, it should be 13 to 20 psi.
Flipper - 1964 The Firing Line Part 1 3-23 was released on: USA: 11 March 1967
Rocker arm stud nut or bolt 17 to 23 foot lbs
World War One - 1964 The Day the Guns Stopped Firing 1-23 was released on: USA: 28 March 1965
23 liters is 23,000 mL (1 liter = 1,000 mL).
23000 ml 1 liter = 1000 mililiters 1 mililiter = 0.001 liter
97.21 cups 1 liter = 4.22 cups 1 cup = 0.23 liter
Yes it is a litre it is 23 litres and 5 mililitres
1 litre = 1000 millilitres so 23 litres = 1000*23 ml = 23000 ml. Simple!
0.68 L 1 liter = 33.814 oz 1 oz = 0.02 L
The 2000 Lincoln LS with the 3.0 liter V6 engine gets 22 / 23 miles to the U.S. gallon on the highway.
23 Canadian soldiers wereshot by the firing squad during World War One, poor Canadians...
Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends - 1984 Edward the Very Useful Engine 6-23 is rated/received certificates of: Australia:G
divide by 1000 = 0.023 L There are 1000 milliliters in 1 liter. One milliliter is 0.001 liter
23cL = 2.3L* There are 100cL per liter
That is approximately 23 servings
Torque to 16 ft lbs then to 23 ft lbs. Go over once more at 23 ft lbs. Torque sequence is as follows: 7 4 3 6 8 1 2 5
Check fuel pump pressure Should be 15-23 with engine idling 23-31 key on engine off
According to a website I was looking at : For a 1989 Ford Escort , 1.9 liter four cylinder engine : 5 speed manual trans ( 22 / 23 city and 29 / 33 highway ) 3 speed auto ( 23 / 29 ) * miles per U.S. gallon