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|Pete||what is the firing order for a 19412 Farmall H?
the firing order for McCormick-Deering Farmall H should be 1,4,3,2, Hope this helps.
Ok - here's a dumb question. I understand the firing order but I don't know which cylinder is considered to be #1? Is the the one nearest the front or nearest the rear of the tractor?
|mike||front of engine is no. 1
|stayton||looking at the distributer from the back of the tractor,which port goes to which plug
|dave||did you answer stayton's question about the numbers on the distributer looking from the back?
|Lauren||hey I'm 16, my dad just got me a farmall H for my 16th birthday and I was just wondering if the firing order is exactly the same for a 1942 Farmall H?