Do a proper diagnosis to figure out the cause of the misfire, then repair it.
my truck started to smoke from the rear end when I was driving down the high way and now its jerking around WHY or What would be the cause
Bad spark plug wires or spark plugs can cause your 1994 Chevrolet S 10 two misfire. A plugged fuel filter can also cause the vehicle to misfire.
it could cause your truck to run in limp mode due to the truck thinking it has a misfire or it could in some cases cause poor fuel economy and plug up your catalytic converters
A for sale sign, then buy a diesel.
exhaust leak misfire cylinder imbalance
your truck blue smoke when it burns oil, or transmission fluid.
is this a diesel truck?does this engine have a turbo?if it is a diesel with a turbo,it will blow white smoke when cold till it warms upif it continues to blow smoke check your air filterother reason if it continues to blow smoke is the turbo is about to crater get it checkedalso check engine oil for coolant lossif coolant is leaking into cylanders,this will cause white smoke
Misfire on cylinder #2See related question below.Misfire on cylinder #2See related question below.
oil or tranny leak and dripping on exhaust
Why does my truck skip and pop on one side and blows black smoke??
Check your exhaust. C converter for exhaust flow issues
There is an amplifier on the passenger side in the rear of the truck. These are commonly the cause.
Only if the 97 truck you are talking about is a Ranger. Then yes, it will fit the Explorer.
The Ford Explorer Sport Trac is a SUV made to be a truck. It has the comforts one would expect from the Ford Explorer, with the added bonus of the back being a truck bed.
compreshon, spark plug, wires, roter cap, timing any of these
You can't smoke in any company cars from any where!
most likely the turbo charger (check air filter for blockage.
The truck she impacted was laying down a smoke screen for pest control purposes. this is one reason why fire apparatus were summoned to the scene- possible fires, but except possibly on the smoke-generating truck, not the big thing, but a contributory cause was poor visibility.
Need to know what year and what engine to help you.
Typically water in engine.
You have not given enough information to even begin to answer this question. If the truck won't start, What makes you think that it has a misfire? A misfire is typically one or more cylinders not firing when the truck is running. If you indeed have a dead cylinder, that alone will not keep the engine from starting , unless you have catastrophic failure,(Something broken inside the given cylinder). However if you are not getting any fire then the truck will not start. Also if the truck has recently run & it ran rough, (As in mis-firing), then it may need a tune-up , (Or something more involved), & if that condition is bad enough; then YES, it could keep the engine from starting.
A dead battery is the most common cause for a truck not to start. Corroded battery cables is the second most common cause for a truck not to start.
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