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Anyone want to confirm that this diagram is correct?



Found this somewhere on the web.

Claimed to be 1998 MazdaB4k V6 firing order.

I assume the top left is coil, and bottom right is the engine.
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yes......that is correct
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X2 its the same on the sohc
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