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What is the firing order for a 1974 VW Beetle?

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2006-11-23 04:11:37
2006-11-23 04:11:37

1432 - it should be stamped on the generator / oil fill tube base preceded by something like "Zündungauftrag" or "zündfolge" which means "firing order." 1-4-3-2

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