The number 1 cylinder is the cylinder to the right when you open the hood.
cylinder # 1 is the front cylinder on your straight 6
number 1 cylinder drivers side.
cylinder #1 is the first cylinder on the front of the engine
Number 1 is the cylinder closest to the timing belt. Mind you: Cylinder #1 is not the first cylinder to fire in the firing sequence.
On a 4-cylinder engine with a firing order of 1342, if number 1 cylinder is on the exhaust stroke, the number 3 cylinder will be on the induction stroke.
1 cylinder is #1, the first cylinder, front of engine, the first cylinder.
If you look at the distributor of the car, sometimes they are marked with the cylinder number on the cap. Find number 1 and follow the spark plug cable to the spark plug. That will be No. 1 cylinder.
The number 1 cylinder on the GM 2.4L engine is on the far right- passenger side of the engine.
Number 1 will always be the front cylinder on an inline engine.
The number 1 cylinder on the Chevy 305 is the front cylinder on the drivers side. The drivers side is odd numbers, the passenger side is even.
if it is a 4 cylinder the number one is the first cylinder behind the belts and all that stuff. If it is a v6 the number 1 cylinder is the first cylinder behind the belts on the bank closest to the front of the car.
Number one is the cylinder closest to the radiator.Number one is the cylinder closest to the radiator.
its a misfire on cylinder number 1, check your spark plug, plug wire and/or coil on cylinder number 1
For the 2.5 4 cylinder, number one is the first cylinder from the passenger side.For the 3.5 V6 cylinder, number one is the first cylinder in back from the passenger the side.
The front cylinder
Front cylinder on the drivers side.
Driver side front cylinder.
The # 1 cylinder for the 4.9 L ( 300 cubic inch ) straight 6 cylinder Ford is the cylinder at the front of the vehicle
The location of number 1 cylinder is front left.
The front, driver's side cylinder is the number one.
I assume you mean number 1 cylinder, which would be the front driver's side cylinder.
There is a number "1" on the distributor cap. Follow that wire.
According to the Haynes manual, number 1 cylinder is the first cylinder on the left if you stand in front of the car. Firing order 1-3-4-2
The front cylinder, that is, the one farthest from the transmission.