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Old 08-02-2013, 05:57 PM   #1
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I just changed my spark plug wires and I think I put some wires in the wrong place in the distributor. What is the correct order that they should go?
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Here's a layout of the coil pack. Hope this helps
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Wait, can you tell us the year? 94-98 99-00 01-04 have different firing orders I believe
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Wait, can you tell us the year? 94-98 99-00 01-04 have different firing orders I believe
2003
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Wait, can you tell us the year? 94-98 99-00 01-04 have different firing orders I believe
They still all use the same 3.8 bottom end so they should have the same firing order
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They still all use the same 3.8 bottom end so they should have the same firing order
The engine itself has the same firing order, but the cool pack and coil on plug differ I believe
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Here's a layout of the coil pack. Hope this helps
Why does it say DOHC?
These are pushrod engines.
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Why does it say DOHC?
These are pushrod engines.
whoever made the pic was a tard, regardless that is not the correct wire placement for the 99-04 model

I believe this is it, my wife has the car atm or I'd double check with my haynes manual
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That pic right there is definitely it I used to when I crossed wires at one point lol
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