Spark Plugs and Wires
Timing and Firing Orders
Pontiac Sunbird
Ford F-150

Where could you find a firing order diagram - from coils to plugs - for a 1991 Sunbird with the v6 31?

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2006-01-22 02:08:44
2006-01-22 02:08:44

go to autozone.com upper left current vehicle. choose car, repair info, vehicle repair guides, engine electrical and firing orders.

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