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|ac||I have a 6 cyl gas engine on a Hough 30 loader with the block # 236191-R1 and I was told that is a international engine . I need the firing order if is a international , back fire thru the carb and black smoke come out thru the exaust . can anyone help me . Thanks
|MGS||I don't know what the order would be but it should be stamped or cast in the block, typically near the distributor.
|Henry||I could be wrong here but I was under the impression that any 6 cylinder engines firing order was 1-5-3-6-2-4.