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That is just the order in which the computer fires the spark plugs. It has nothing to do with how you connect the wires.
Ok Check your fuel pressure and try holding the gas pedal down a little bit and see if it will stay running. Also go back over the engine and make sure you got all the vaccum lines and wiring reconnected. Will the engine stay running if you rev it up?
That what i needed to know. Yes you definately have a vaccum leak. Have someone rev the engine up to keep it running. Listen to the hiss and just pull on the vaccum lines tell you get it to change. You just have to look for it tell you find it. It is there. One of the lines my be dry rotted. It has to be a fairly large leak. Check the brake booster and make sure that vaccum line was not taken off. You can try spraying some carb cleaner around untill the engine revs up.