Where can I find the cylinder layout for a Jeep 3.7L engine? I'm looking for the cylinder layout

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07 Aug, 2015

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no job stated, head pulls, spark issues, ? cam issues? what?
can we be on same page?
lay out (2006 Cherokee? you must be outside USA?)
well posted this 100 of times
http://www.jeep4x4center.com/knowledge-base/index.htm?utm_source=cj#service

my guess you dont know the rules on V engines/.
front "V" cylinder (most front) is #1
right?

2006 KK ? must be like our Liberty ,
firing order. so bank one is F1,3,5 (odd bank)
1-6-5-4-3-2
chapter 9 in the FSM book says.

The 3.7 liter (226 CID) six-cylinder engine is an 90° single overhead camshaft engine. The cast iron cylinder block
is made up of two different components; the first component is the cylinder bore and upper block, the second component
is the bedplate that comprises the lower portion of the cylinder block and houses the lower half of the crankshaft
main bearings. The cylinders are numbered from front to rear with the left bank being numbered 1,3, and 5
and the right bank being numbered 2,4, and 6. The firing order is 1-6-5-4-3-2. The engine serial number is
located at the right front side of the engine block
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