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Q: Firing order after tune-up

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I gave my car a tune-up yesterday, but I'm not sure if I have the firing order right.

You did not say if the spark plug wires were replaced or not but I assume they were. Any factory manual will have the firing order in a picture format for you to verify but, if you can not figure it out, a qualified technician will be able to diagnose whether or not you have the firing order correct.

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