What is the firing order for a 1995 Saturn sl2?
Look where the spark plug wires connect to the thing that fires them (i cant remember what the heck its called)
You will see some numbers.On a 96 Saturn sl2 DoHC it looks like this
4/2 1/3 4/2 1/3
The number on the left is for the two connectors on the left, and likewise for the other two.
So the firing order for the 96 Saturn sl2 would be:
4 1 2 3 (for instance)
That doesnt mean its your firing order.To be 100% sure, check your numbers, or check a manual... or simply call your local Saturn dealership and talk to their mechanic.
My son's 1999 Salvaged/total Saturn SL1 was rebuilt using many engine and body parts from 1995-1999 Saturn SL1 and SL2 cars, I believe it will work fine. I do not recommend before 1995 or 2000 or later models. I do not recommend SL2 either. I am not the expert but most of my son's engine is not 1999 SL1. Good luck!
The firing order for the Saturn in-line 4 cylinder engine is: 1-3-4-2 Connect the plug wires to the coil pack (on the front surface of the engine block) in the following order (left to right) 4-1-3-2. The Saturn has 2 coils, one coil controls cylinders 1 and 4. The other coil controls cylinders 3 and 2.
this can sometimes be a confusing answer, I will try to clarify it as much as i can. According to Saturn timing specifications, the internal firing order for the Saturn 1.9L motor, both Single overhead cam, or Twin cam is as follows: Left to right 1-3-4-2 If you are routing spark plug wires, and need to know the order of wires from the coils to the engine, the order is as follows: Left to right…