The power gets to the plugs through wires that are built into the walls.
Check plugs wires and ignition coils.
yes it can
start with plugs and wires, ive seen this many times. not worth taking to the dealer when its a simple fix. always factory plugs and wires.AnswerHi, My Mazda did the same thing and i took mine to a mechanic and all it was, was it needed a new petrol filter and now everything is ok with it
You have connected the wires to the wrong plugs.
Spark plugs and wires
TRY A GOOD TUNE UP FIRST ..EVERYTHING FROM THE AIR FILTER TO PLUGS/ WIRES EVERYTHING
You will see wires right on top of the motor. You can easily follow these wires to the spark plugs.
I would replace the spark plugs after 50K, the wires and plugs again at 100K.
it sounds to me like you r misfirin on some cylinders try changin spark plugs and wires if that dnt fix it try the coil paks it sounds to me like you r misfirin on some cylinders try changin spark plugs and wires if that dnt fix it try the coil paks
You may have a bad vacuum leak or a clogged fuel filter. Check your plugs and wires to make sure they're in good shape.
On a car with a distributor: cap, rotor, plugs and wires On a car with coil packs: plugs and wires
Change the spark plugs and wires... Change the spark plugs and wires...
No you do not need to replace any plugs at all when replacing wires.
you either did not gap the plugs to spec or you put this wires on wrong
Disconnect the battery, remove the spark plugs wires and boots and remove the spark plugs. Put in the spark plugs, replace the spark plug wires and boots, and connect the battery.
Spark plugs, air filter, wires ( if equipped ).Spark plugs, air filter, wires ( if equipped ).
wrong plug gap, wires on wrong, cap is cracked, timing moved when you put cap on
The plugs are located under the plate on top of the engine. You will need to remove the 4 bolts holding the plate. The plugs are located right under. There are no wires on these plugs.
whenever you change the plugs it is a must that you change the coil packs and wires. for some reason the plugs never seem to fire properly with the old wires and packs. i replace everything about every 40,000 miles
As with any tune up you need to replace the spark plugs and wires for all cylinders. Make sure that when you replace the spark plugs with new ones, that you gap them to the correct spacing and that the wires supplying the power, are secure.
The first thing you'll notice is bad gasmileage that gets worse! Hard starting, then there will be misfire and rough idle, loss of power and eventually the engine will not start. The price of the new plugs and wires will be offset by the savings in gas!
There pay not be any power under acceleration if o2 sensors are bad, or if certain plugs are blown. This can also be caused by a bad battery or starter.Ê
Answer Just because your lights work, doesn't have anything to do with the power of your motor. You might want to check several things such as the spark plugs, are the old? If the plugs aren't old, are they gapped properly? Next look at your wires, how old are they? Usually spark plug wires are good for 5 years at most and if your pistons aren't getting good fire because your plugs and wires are old that could be a good part of your problem.
You have to unbolt the upper plenum and remove the intake hose from the air filter. Once all mail bolts are loose you can move it up enough to easily change the plugs and wires. There are about 4 plugs you have to unplug too, just to forget to tighten everything down good and plug in the four wires you unplugged. goodluck!