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Does anyone know the firing order for my 1994 fzj80, if so what is it?

I have a limited ammount of time at my friends house and we are working on it, Also, anyone know what the plug gap is suppose to be? .032?
 
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Dammit, all that info is in my service manual I left at work on Fri.

Readin up during break and lunch time only of course;)
 

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Correct gap is .031, and the firing order is printed on the distributor I believe.
 

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Firing order is 1 – 5 – 3 – 6 – 2 – 4
 
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I checked the Autozone website and looked up the firing order and it said 123456 for your engine. Mine is the 3FE motor in a 91 so it's the 15 is too young,36 is too old, and 24 is just right firing order.:D
 

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Well I got the firing order I provided from the 1FZ-FE tech specs, so I'd take that over autozone ;)
 
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I'll stick with NaterGater on this one. From my 96 LX450 (FZJ80) manual:
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AH-HA! damn my local auto parts dealer.

Distributor cap says 156324 and its been misfiring a cylinder or something, it shakes and gasoline comes out of exhaust pipe, Does that sound like wrong firing order to you guys?

Ill try out 153624 tomorow its to late now.
 
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Cool, then the 1FZ and the 3FE are the same....
 
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Be sure to check for a broken locking catch on the distributor; there are 7 of them that hold the wires into the dissy.
 

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