Hyster H 5.00 XL:
Engine Problems

Hi All, I have owned a Hyster H5.00xl for the last 25 yrs. Its been a great truck with a v6 GM lpg engine. It has not run right for some time, and the time has come to sort it out. Would any body on here know these answers
1) firing order
2) Which pistons are where and from front or back of engine
3) Plug gap
4) points gap
I have a suspicion that the plug leads have been wrongly placed by someone.........
Thanks in advance
Russell
  • Posted 29 Dec 2019 04:55
  • Discussion started by russell_davies
  • Hereford, United Kingdom

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