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Old 08-20-2008, 02:44 PM   #1
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Default Proper spark plug wire loaction on plug....

OK, I am trying to find the proper location for the wire on each plug....

Ex:
I know it has the 1/2 coil set up, so would 1 go with 4, 2 with 5 etc....

I know this is not how it goes, but I asking how it really would go...

Does that make sense?

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Here is how the plugs and wires go on the 3.4L V-6

All of the coils should be on the passenger side. The wires should be routed as follows: (excuse my crude diagram)

[Firewall]
3XXXXX6
2XXXXX5
1XXXXX4
[Radiator]

#1 - goes to - #5
#2 - goes to - #6
#3 - goes to - #4
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So using your diagram:

#3 - goes to - #5
#2 - goes to - #4
#1 - goes to - #6
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