the fireing order is on the intake
It is on the intake ,1348......some order to that effect.
its on the intake manifold (if i remember right its 165432)
bolt tightening sequence on what part?
Chevy camaro 2.8 firing orderLook on top of the intake manifold for the firing order (6 numbers in total.Good Luck!
it will be stamped on your intake. all 8 numbers in a random order.
start in the center and make circles outward tightening the front and rear last, then recheck tourque in any order 9 5 1 4 8 10 6 2 3 7
intake manifold is DIFFERENT for models 1985 and 1988
It should be printed on your intake manifold.
numbers are on the intake in front of the carburetor
look on the intake manifold
Ineed the torque sequence and tightening specs for a 92 GM 3800 intake.
1843 6572 is the firing order It's also stamped on the intake mannifold.
The order is on the stock intake manifold. It is 1,8,4,3,6,5,7,2
If it is a Chevy 350 the firing order should be printed on your intake, but is usually 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2. This was the case on my '94 Chevy truck.
look on top of the intake manifold towards front of vehicle
you should be able to get the order off the intake manifold.if you have aftermarket intake on ,get a haynes or browse a junk yard.
Yes it will, if the 350 intake is from a pre-1987 engine.
The intake valves are bigger.
The same as on the intake 18436572 clockwise.
18436572 It should be cast on the factory intake manifold.
It should take about an hour to change the intake manifold gasket. This part can be replaced by taking off the intake manifold cover, cleaning the old gasket off and sealing a new gasket in the space and tightening the bolts. When other things are in the way, like the alternator, it will take longer.
Depends on which engine it has. The firing order can be found cast into the intake or any repair manual will list it. The firing order 1,3,4,2.