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We need to know the firing order on the Waukesha GLB 190 gas engine and where is the number one cylinder located (front or back). Shields were removed to replace a hydraulic line and cattle played with the wiring on the other side. Its a Michigan 75 Loader from the 1970's, that otherwise runs on TLC.
 

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# 1 is at the front of the engine.---we had an old Michigan 75-a that had that motor in it , but I cant remember the firing order. Look along the block and see if its stamped on there.
 

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There are a few PDF files on google for that engine's specs...might find it listed there..
Usually the firing order is cast into the intake or cylinder head on many industrial engines..
 

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We got a service manual, but the firing order wasn't in it. Just instructed to mark everything when disconnecting. But of course, the heifers didn't get the memo. Didn't seem to be stamped on.
Through a line of friends, someone with the same machine in a private gravel pit has given us 1-5-3-6-2-4 order, (if anyone else finds themselves with this problem down the road).
Thank You to those who responded to this thread.
 
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