usually codes P030# mean misfiring cylinders the last number would be the # of the cylinder.
Cylinder #4 is misfiring in an engine with 4 or more cylinders. Engines have a firing order that is used to number the cylinders and it depends upon the engine which one is #4.
Standing in front of the car, it is on the bank of cylinders closest to the firewall and the one farthest to your right.
The number of a cylinder indicates the firing order of the spark in a sequence consistent with the number of cylinders.
It is a misfire detection on cylinder number 4. It just means that for somereason cylinder number 4 is misfiring. Could be a loose\bad spark plug or wire. The coil could also be bad. Hope this helps.
were is number four cylinder 1997 ford escort
You need to take it to a repair shop and have it scanned for codes. That will tell you which cylinders are misfiring and the number of times. Then you can procede from there. Throwing parts at a problem is not a solution, it is expensive guess work. This is by far the best way to go.
It can be measured a number of ways -graduated cylinders is one way.
1.fuel used 2.number of cylinders 3.number of strokes 4.position of cylinders
Could be a bad plug, wire or coil.
Around 5 quarts. I believe the exact number is 5.1 quarts. Most 4 cylinders from japan have been of the smaller than 1.8 liter variety. that's why four quarts is thought to be pretty safe for 4 cylinders. But the zx2 is a big 4 at 2.0L requires more oil.
The number 5 engine cylinder is misfiring
Number 2 cylinder is misfiring.
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2008 malibu 3.6 L code says PO302 misfiring Misfiring in number 2 cylinder. Could be an ignition problem with a bad spark plug or spark plug wire. Could also be a bad fuel injector. Could also be a mechanical problem such as a bad valve. Start with new plugs and wires.
there are 8 cylinders on the f-series and e-series, but on the medium duty LCF there are only 6.
No, they are a different part number and are different steering columns. Stick with the escort/tracer switch. No, they are a different part number and are different steering columns. Stick with the escort/tracer switch.
The firing order for a 95' Escort is 1, 3, 4, 2. The number one cylinder for this car is found on the left side of the engine as you are facing it.
it depends on the number of cylinders.. if 2 cylinders it has 2 spark plugs if 4 then it has 4.
The number of spark plugs is determined by the number of cylinders not the number of camshafts.
Facing Front of Engine. Right Side Cylinders Number 1-3-5-7, Left Side 2-4-6-8.
Not sure what exactly the question is, but the front rotor is number 1 and the rear rotor is number 2. The answer would be 0. An Rx-7 has 0 cylinders, and 2 rotors.
Check the distributor cap for cracks or any other damage. Make sure the wire to #1 is not damaged and arcing to ground. Depending on the ignition type, it could be other problems. If it's misfiring on two of the cylinders it could also be that #1 wire is cross-connected with that of another cylinder.
I have a 4 cyl. Chevy Corsica that needed a coil pack replaced. There are two of them, one goes with the odd number cylinders ( 1 & 3) and the other goes with the even number cylinders (2 & 4) Typically, the number 1 cylinder is the firing cyliinder and if that coil pack is gone, the car should not start. My car is a rarity that actually started and ran on the 2 & 4 cylinders.
Impossible to answer without more information as any number of faults could case a missfire.