That would be the 1st cylinder on the drivers side head up front.
Driver side front cylinder.
2nd one on drivers side
Typically it is the one that points toward the number one cylinder. Technically it can be any of them as long as the wires are in the correct firing order. When cylinder number one is a tdc, the rotor should be pointing at the number one cylinder. Thus the number one plug wire.
there is no hard fast rule here. but typically with the cap off and number one cylinder at TDC on compression stroke. the rotor will point at number one cylinder on the engine.
where ever you want it to be just make sure you put the motor at top dead center on cylinder number one and stab the distributer where the rotor points at on the cap is number one and just go clock wise order and use the Chevy firing order
Driver side, front.
Driver's side closest to the front
front driver side
Number one is ALWAYS the first cylender on the front left side of the engine......
Number one is designated by where ever the spark plug wire from the number one cylinder is placed. Number one cylinder is the first cylinder on the the drivers side at the front of the car.
On the 5.3 liter engine I need to know where’s the number one cylinder
left front... ( the engines left not yours)
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Number one cylinder is the first one on the left or passenger side if you are standing in front of the vehicle.
your number one cylinder is on the front driverside of the engine it is also cast into the stock intake of most all V8's
No. When the timing mark is at tdc, #'s 1 & 6 are both up. One is up for compression, the other is up for exhaust.
If you have a 4 cylinder engine, the number one cylinder is the one closest to the front of the truck. If you have a 6 cylinder, it the on the driver side closest to the front of the truck
The location of number one cylinder depends on the manufacturer of the engine. For example, a Ford 302 and a Chevrolet 350 have number one cylinders on opposite sides.
Number one cylinder is located driver's side front of engine. With the # 1 piston at TDC on the compression stroke, the rotor will be pointing at #1 plug on cap.Number one cylinder is located driver's side front of engine. With the # 1 piston at TDC on the compression stroke, the rotor will be pointing at #1 plug on cap.
It depends on whether or not the intake ports match on the cylinder heads. You can get that info from one of parts exchange guides you may find online.
Driver's side front.
The number 5 cylinder is the rearmost one on the passenger side - closest to the firewall. Have fun!!
the firing order is 1836572 Answer The #1 cylinder is on the DRIVER'S side..closest to the radiator.