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Old 03-11-2006, 04:20 PM   #1
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firing order diagram

Could someone please post a picture of the correct firing order for a 1985 tpi with hei. I tried the search function but it is down right now. I have seen one on this board before I think Vader posted a picture diagram of it.
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Every Chevy V8 ever made (at least, 1955-1997) has a firing order of 1-8-4-3-6-5-7-2. Actually, I believe this covers almost any GM V8 (big block, Buick, Pontiac, Caddy, Olds)

The driver's side front of the engine is #1, with the rest of the driver's side being 3-5-7.

Passenger side front is #2, with the rest being 4-6-8.

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I need to know where the wires connect on the cap?
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The tower closest to #1 cylinder would be #1. It would be on the drivers side, towards the front of the car pointing in the direction of #1-#3 cylinders. Then you go clockwise.
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