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Old 07-30-2007, 11:34 PM   #1
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hey i was just wondering what was the firing order on the l67 i wasnt thinking and took my plug wires off with out marking them thanks
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With thanks to Harofreak -

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Or in layman'* terms: From top to bottom Even, odd, even, odd, even, odd.
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The actual order is 1, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2.
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Tech'l. Ted: I used your illustration this weekend in replacing wires. The one time i had two wires disconnected is when I screwed up, and O'Reilly'* did not have the cyl. no'*. available. That'* when i found this site. Very nice labeled photo you posted. I was just curious as to what the round diaphragm looking device is in the line in front of the SC. My wife'* '99 doesn't have that, so i assume it is something after-market?
Thanks for the photo anyway!
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The bulge on the fuel rail? that is an anti vibration canister.
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I always thought it was the flux capacitor. Back to polishing my engine cover.........
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The bulge on the fuel rail? that is an anti vibration canister.
BillBoost: I have just now logged on here again since posting that Q.
Interesting concept about the anti-vib. cannister (dampener?).
Is the concern about the vibration more about effect on fuel flow, or effect on lines themselves, such as welds, or ?
Like your Admin. buddy, I am much more adept at polishing than tinkering/tuning, but am just curious, what is the benefit of reduction of vibration by the canister? Thanks.
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