2000 Ford E-150 Q&A

2000 Ford E-150 Question: ignition

in which order does it ignite -
Answer 1
Not sure which engine you have, but here are the firing orders for all of them: 4.2L Engine Firing Order: 1–4–2–5–3–6 4.6L Engine Firing Order: 1–3–7–2–6–5–4–8 5.4L Engine Firing Order: 1–3–7–2–6–5–4–8 6.8L Engine Firing Order: 1–6–5–10–2–7–3–8–4–9 -
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