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Old 09-09-2008, 04:30 PM
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Where's the #1 plug?

This oldie newbie long forgot where the #1 plug is
(in his '72 ElDo)?

Can someone please make a quick reply?

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driver's side front on all my chevys
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If its like other gm v8s front to rear drivers side 1357 passenger side 2468.
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If you look on top of the intake manifold where it bolts to the heads the numbers are many times cast in there!

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All 472 and 500 caddy's it's passenger side front, firing order is on the manifold. RED
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All 472 and 500 caddy's it's passenger side front, firing order is on the manifold. RED
The firing order is there but many times the numbers are there on the port runners are well.

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