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Need firing order for a 1999 saturn sl coupe

Took it to the auto part because the service engine light came on they put the tester light on the car & they read the code that the egr value was bad , so I replaced it and it is still doing the same. as in gas is wetting the plugs , so I was looking at the spec. of the firing order on the car & the wire's were not in that order . so I need the correct firing order for 1.9 liter engine for the 1999 saturn sl coupe

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