Bad plug, plug wire, burnt valve, broken compression ring, blown head gasket or bad distributor cap. Improved answer: Youre probably lookin at a faulty fuel injector more than anyhting else. Replace it now and dont waste any more time looking through all kinds of answers. Fule system cleaners wont work at this point.
The Toyota Echo has an inline 4 cylinder engine. The number one cylinder on all inline 4 cylinder engines is the first piston at the front of the engine. The front of the engine is the end that is opposite the transmission.
Number 1 will always be the front cylinder on an inline engine.
the 1967 Chevy engine is a straight or inline six cylinder design. The firing order is 153624, with the number one cylinder being the closest to the front of the engine.
On inline engines such as the Mercedes 5 cylinder engine, the number one cylinder is at the front of the engine (where the pulleys and belts are), and the cylinders are then numbered sequentially toward the rear of the engine, i.e. 1 2 3 4 5. The number 5 cylinder on your MB 2.4 liter 5 cylinder would be the one at the engine's rear.
The G15MF is a inline 4 cylinder Daewoo engine. The number 1 cylinder is the one on the front of the engine.On a typical V-8, V-6 or even a V-4 engine, the two banks of cylinders are offset. One bank will be just ahead of the other. The bank closest to the front of the engine contains the number one cylinder which would be the first cylinder up front.
For your Ford 4.9 liter / 300 cubic inch inline six cylinder engine : ( the # 1 cylinder is at the FRONT of the vehicle )
The front cylinder
# 1 is the front cylinder
P0302 is Misfire Detected in Cylinder 2. If it is the 4.0 inline 6, this will be the second cylinder from the front. I do not know off the top of my head which is cylinder number 2 for the 4.7 V8.
18436572, taking as number 1 cylinder the foremost front cylinder of the engine block
inline 6 cylinder - front engine cylinder ---------------------------------------------------------------- Ford V8 - passenger side of engine , front cylinder FIREWALL 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 FRONT
4200 Vortec Inline 6 cylinder engine #1 cylinder is at the front of the engine as you stand out front and look at it. Remove the resonator box on top of the motor to expose the coil packs. The spark plugs are under them.
number 1 it could be different in each engine for the inline six engineit is 153624 and in the 4 cylinder engine it is 1342
The Wrangler and the Grand Cherokee
On the Chevy V8 it is on the front of the engine driver's side. On a inline 6 cylinder it is the plug on the front of the engine. On the V6 it is the front plug on the passenger side.
The 3.0 liter V-6 engine number three cylinder is on the left hand side of the engine. The number three cylinder will be the middle cylinder.
on an inline engine (all cylinder in a straight line) it is the cylinder that is at the front(water pump end). On a V engine (2 separate banks of cylinders) it will be the cylinder that is farthest forward. if you stand to the side you will see one head is a little bit in front of the other. you may also find cylinder identification on the intake manifold near where the ports mate to the heads.
On the 4.2 inline 6, the 4th cylinder from the front of the engine is number 4. The engine is a coil on plug, the spark plug is located under the coil in the center of the valve cover.
The number 4 cylinder on a Subaru is under the engine. This is on most cars.
No of cranks used in 6 cylinder engine
On the 5.3 liter engine I need to know where’s the number one cylinder
The engine serial number on1966 Ford Mustang(in-line 6-cylinder engine) on the driver's side fender, under the hood. On the engine look on the passengers side just above the freeze plugs near the bell housing
The number 1 cylinder on the GM 2.4L engine is on the far right- passenger side of the engine.
The number four cylinder in a Subaru is found under the engine. There are 6 cylinders altogether.
On all engines, the fan(rear wheel drive) or belt drive(front wheel drive) is the front of the engine, looking at Engine from Drivers seat. For inline engines(straight block with all clyinders inline) the 1st cylinder is Number 1. On V-style engines,(V6, V8, etc) Left side front Cylinder will be Number 1. On a V6, the left side will contain Cylinders #1, 3, 5. Right side will contain Cylinders # 2, 4, 6.