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which is the #1 cylinder?

is the 1,3,5,7 cylinders on the passenger side??
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driver side closest to the driver

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sorry that might be wrong.... it says right cylinder bank (front to rear) 1-3-5-7....

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i say that is where it is left side closest to the driver....

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How come it's different in the diesels?

For Fords, cylinders were always 1-2-3-4 on the passenger side front to back, then 5-6-7-8 front to back on the drivers side.

Edit: I guess because it's Internationals?
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well that is what I would guess... I am lookin at my Haynes book and the diagram looks like this

7 8
5 6
3 4
1 2

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Cylinder numbering starts at the front of the engine looking toward the rear. If # 1 is on the left bank it would be the front cylinder on the passengers side. #1 should be the front most cylinder. I'm not sure, though.

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Odds on right (passenger side) Evens on the left!!!!! Ok for everybodys info no Matter who built the engine the #1 cylender is always the one that is the FURTHEREST to the front of the engine!!!! How they number them from there differs from manfacturer but most are odds right evens left Xcept Ferd...... <<<<<<<BILL>>>>>>>


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okay so the diagram I put up was as if you were in front of the truck looking at the engine.... so it would be on the passenger side fist cylnder

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