Here is a diagram.
firing order is stamped on the intake manifold
Check the ignition coils and the crank sensor for the Yukon. Either one of these could be bad and cause the problem.
You could go to autozone.com under repair info then specifications to look up firing order.
have u checked spark plug wires, ignition coils, timing,spark plugs or had it hooked to a reader?
In a Chiltons automotive book for the sunbird which I believe is the same for the cavalier for the same year. You could either buy one from an auto parts store for about $20-$30 or check one out from a public library if they stock it, (they should).
The spark plug firing order is ( 1 - 3 - 7 - 2 - 6 - 5 - 4 - 8 ) It has the Coil On Plug ( C.O.P. ) ignition system with ( 8 ) individual coils The engine cylinder locations are numbered : firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front of Ford F-150
1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8 Click the link for a diagram.
this is the best i could do, hope it works looking at the motor the coil pack is numbered (left/front2back)1423 (right/front2back)3241 the cylinder is numbered (front2back)1234 the firing order is 1342
Yes, and if you had listed the make, model, year, and engine size I could provide one. But you listed none of this information so my hands are tied.
You will get a miss fire. This could include but not limited to a check engine light for random cylinder miss-fire. U will more than likely damage the sparkplugs if not changed to the correct firing order and could damage the ignition coils. I hope this helps and for the correct firing order u should get a print out from autozone its free.
Could be several things...It could be low on refridgerant or the coils could be dirty. Check the coils first as this is something you can do your self.
Coils are cool.
They could.They could.
If you had listed the vehicle the engine was in I could give you more. But, click the link for a diagram of a typical setup on a 5.7 Liter 350 Cubic Inch Chevy.
It could only be one of two, 1,4,3,2, or, 1,4,2,3. On the intake manifold, it will say. And, by the way, you probably have a sunbird, not a firebird, as the firebird didn't have a 4 cylinder in it.The 2.8 gm V6Has the weirdest firing order of all time: 123456 on a clockwise distributor rotation. And yes I am serious. My Fiero used to have this engine in it. (now a 3.8)
This is a hard one to answer without a diagram. Please see the related links area for a diagram of the firing order and plug wire routing. You could also replace one wire at a time to avoid the problem.
There could be many reasons for a Celica ST205 GT4 not firing. The sparks could be bad, or the cables or distributor could be damaged.?æ
you could use a venn diagram
This could be called an optical fiber diagram.
You could use a Venn diagram.
context-free-diagramis a diagram that represents the actors outside a system that could interact with that system.
Change the coils they should be two black blocks on top of the engine..the coils could have gone bad.
A circuit diagram could be related to a closed circuit if the diagram is of a closed circuit.
Possibly The SE coils and Rubicon Coils are the same length but the Rubi coils have a stiffer spring rate and you could gain 0 to 2 inches of lift if your springs are sagging