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    olddavid is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    DIS sequence

    My dear son removed my spark plug wires. His 10yr old hands were his solution to my cussing a blue streak. Now, without labels, I'm baffled as to the proper order on the DIS block. The firing order is 123456,right? I know which cylinder is which thanks to the numbers on the cam cover. Help! I want to drive it home tonight.

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    olddavid is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Re: DIS sequence

    Thank you very much, Investor. This car may yet burn gas today after all.

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    Re: DIS sequence

    Thank you, again, for the advice. My car runs like a watch today. Except for one nagging question, it's buttoned up, too. I have a 1/4" inch hose near the four that go into the rear of the plenum. I'm baffled as to its function or place. I first thought it was a drain tube for the wiper and heater area, but after dis-assembling the tray, I see there is no provision for a drain. I currently have it plugged with a bolt and the car is running fine. Ideas? I'm going to drive it to Jiffy Lube and attempt to see what it connects to underneath. (even though I know the manager, I'm anal about changing my own oil). Anyway, without the input, I'd be under arrest for arson, as the car was 2 minutes from an incendiary device. Being bipolar, today, I love it. I jest. Thanks again. This orphan car is staying well away from the pick-a-part.

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    Re: DIS sequence

    In all likelyhood it's the transmission vent hose and connects to nothing.

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