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    Default CASE G 320 C

    Hope I'm in the right spot.What I have is a new job,I need to know the firing order,and maybe just what it is I'm working on.So heres what I have.A Case Crawler G 320 C 3000402 All I know about the motor is that it's a 4cyl,gas.Any help would be GREAT.

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    Default Re: CASE G 320 C

    Zigzag, I'd say you're in the right spot for this topic, and I'd generally discourage duplicate posts, but in this case (no pun intended), it might be a good idea to post this message in the "Construction Equipment" forum also. Sorry I can't help you, but I figure there's a good chance some of our members can, if they happen to read your message.

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    Default Re: CASE G 320 C

    If you have the valve cover off, on a 4cyl, each 180 or half turn one valve should open on each cyl.
    Bring it up on compression on no1, rotate 180 and the exhaust will start to open, bring it up, and the next cyl that opens an exhaust will be two and so on. Is best to have a manual, but this will work. Also keep an eye on the distributor so you know the rotation when connecting wires.

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