on a 4 cylinder model it is the cylinder closest to the Fan Shroud or FRONT of the vehicle if it's a 2.8 it starts at the front left if you are looking a the engine from the front of the vehicle... which is number 1... front right is 2 1 3 5 FAN 2 4 6 if it's a 4.3 the front right is number 1 2 4 6 Fan 1 3 5 the firing order is clockwise on the distrubuter Hope this helps
On a GM engine The #1 cylinder is located drivers side, front of engine.
First, number the plugs one to four starting at the front and moving to the rear. The firing order is then 1 3 4 2.
The number 1 cylinder on the GM 2.4L engine is on the far right- passenger side of the engine.
"No Sonoma in 1992, It was called S-15", is not true. i have a 92 sonoma, the owners manual calls it a sonoma, all of the badges call it a sonoma, and the sticker on the drivers side door calls it a sonoma. it was built in 10/91 which makes it a 92. the trucks were allready being called "sonoma" in 92 but is true that the distributor rotates clockwise on all engines. 2.5L --1-3-4-2 2.8L --1-2-3-4-5-6 4.3L --1-6-5-4-3-2
cylinder in front-pass side
The number one cylinder on any 4 & 5 cylinder is the cylinder at the front of the engine. On a GM V6 & V8 it is the front cylinder on the driver's side.
The firing order for a VW Jetta 1991 4-cylinder 1.8 is 1, 3, 4, 2. The number 1 cylinder is closest to the pulley on the engine.
Not sure what you mean. Firing order is 165432, #1 cylinder is on the right side(RWD) or the front (FWD)
drivers side very front corner of engine