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What is the firing order for a Ford Fiesta mk 2?

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2006-04-20 12:47:11
2006-04-20 12:47:11

The standard firing order for a 4 cyl engine is 1 3 4 2. However if i remember right i think fords set there engines up with the 1 2 4 3 configuration. Try either of these and im sure one will work for you. Hope this helps

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