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Very basic question for all  the experts here - The firing order for the the four cylinder TD-6 & TD-9 is, I believe, 1-3-4-2. I assume all IH built four cylinder engines use the same firing order.B)

Is it the same for the TD-14? 

What is the firing order for the TD-18 six cylinder engine, 1-5-3-6-24?

Regards from Michael H.

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I don't know of any IH engines that were different than what you said.  Can't remember what the V8's were.  I had an AC-B once that was different than I was use to.  1-2-4-3.

Dennis

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45 minutes ago, farmalldr said:

I don't know of any IH engines that were different than what you said.  Can't remember what the V8's were.  I had an AC-B once that was different than I was use to.  1-2-4-3.

Dennis

Apparently the Ford N Series tractors firing was 1-2-4-3 too

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My TD 14 is 1-3-4-2.   Firing order is cast into the side of the block just below the spark plugs for easy reference.

My Holt engine is 1-2-4-3, and the #1 cylinder is at the rear of the engine. Has a unique sound to it.

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