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All V-8 engine cylingers are slighly staggered left to right. Every V-8 block is not perfectly symetrical from right to left because of this stagger This stagger is because the throws on the crankshaft that connect to the connecting rods and ultimately to the pistons must be straight. If you look close enough, the cylinder that is furthest forward is number 1 On your Ford, the number 1 cylinder is the passenger side front cylinder, and the rest on that side from front to back are 2-3-4. The drivers side from front to back is 5-6-7-8. Chevy and Dodge engines are labelled differently. They have 1-3-5-7 on one side of the engine and 2-4-6-8 on the other side.

Q: What cylinder is 1 cylinder on a 1989 351 w?

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If 1 + w = 12, then w = 12 - 1, so w = 11

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4 - w = 7 subtract 4 from each side 4 - 4 - W = 7 - 4 - W = 3 divide both sides by - 1 ( remember, the implied coefficient of w is - 1 ) (- 1/- 1)w = 3/- 1 w = - 3 =======check in original equation 4 - (- 3) = 7 4 + 3 = 7 7 = 7 ========checks

We have that 16-w=10+1 or 16-w=11. If we subtract 11 from both sides of the equation we have 5-w=0. Adding w to both sides we have W=5

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