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This is a discussion on firing order within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; wheres cylinder 1 and 4 located?? i hav a 2002 wrx...

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    firing order

    wheres cylinder 1 and 4 located?? i hav a 2002 wrx

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    Drivers side--------------passengers side
    -------------front of car------------------

    -------#2-----------------------#1-------

    -------#4-----------------------#3-------

    Firing order is 1-3-2-4

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    ok koo.. well the prob that im having is that imy car wasnt starting cuz it had the crank sensor wiring torn from the sensor.. the thing is that the wiring was torn from the inside of the conector and i hav no idea wich wire goes to wat side.. i just wired up the sensoe the wat i though it would be and the car fired up but im having 3 cylinders missfiring.. can it be that i did the wiring wrong? does the crank sensor couses missfires?

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