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Old 09-20-2009, 05:47 PM   #1
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Firing Order

I understand the firing order. And I know it's counter clockwise on a 383. But can someone tell me how to identify which cylinder is #1 on the dist cap? Where to get started?
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I will put a picture up after work Monday. If you dont want to wait you can set the eng. at TDC number 1 cyl. on the compresion stroke. Pull the cap and see which terminal the rotor is pointing at. Thats number 1.

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Thanks, as it turned out it was the #7 plug wire not on properly. Big differance....
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I'd sure like to see the picture as I have the same problem

I just got a 64 300 convertable with a 383 and would like some help

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