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Which cylinder is #6 ?

You would think in the internet age it would be easy to find the answer to this, but no.

I'm getting a missfire on cylinder #6, I'm running headers and the heaviest duty Moroso wire sleeves, and once again I'm popping and spitting going down the road. AZ scanned it and said it's a number 6 missfire.

So which is number 6?? Obviously on one of the corners.

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As viewed from the driver's seat, #6 is the left rear cylinder. (#1 is the front right.)

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Thanks!

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As viewed from the driver's seat, #6 is the left rear cylinder. (#1 is the front right.)
He is correct... One come reason of miss firing is a fouled spark plug.
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You really shouldn't double post:

https://www.jkowners.com/forum/showthread.php?t=232090

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