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1981 LTD 750. What is the firing order?

Need firing order on the coils,what wire goes where nd what 2 go on left coil what to go on right coil, what number on top and what number on bottom same for right

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The left coil goes to 2&3, the right coil goes to 1&4. This is as sitting on the bike cylinders from left to right 1,2,3,4. It doesn't matter which is connected to which cylinder (upper or lower on the coil) as long as left coil is connected to 2 and 3 and right is 1 and 4 as above. Once it is running correctly I would recommend marking the leads 1-4. This is done as standard at factory, but replacement parts don't always do this.

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