sounds like it could be the fuel pump or throtalbody unit also if the injectors have not been cleaned that could be a problem.
SOUNDS like another 92 model that nobody wants to change the spark plugs on cause they are hard.
Many times on these vans all 4. The cap, wires, rotor, and plugs all need to be replaced.
For all you changing plug wires a good way to tell how old they are is that the original spark plug wires are numbered from the factory.
it could be your starter selinoide which should be in the engine compartment near the battery and the big waire from your battery goes to it!
Fuel pump, Ignition timing, spark plug misfire, fuel filter, air filter, take it to a mechanic.
A plugged or partially plugged EGR valve could cause that.
try changing your oxygen sensor I have changed the oxygen sensor and it did not help. Do you have any other ideas? Could it be the carb?
The cabin air filter can not cause a rough idle. It only filters the air for the ac/heater.
i have to same problem with my sierra ive changed the filter and it still leaks, i was told that its the oil filter adapter you can get one at autozone for about $20
check that the O ring was replaced when oil filter was changed. id O ring is good and filter is tight, and housing still leaking, replace filter housing
Have you changed the air filter too?
Coolant lines? Shift linkage? could also be the rear or front seals leaking
Were you having problems before you changed the filter? If yes you probably have a bad fuel pump; if no there is likely some kind of fuel blockage in the supply lines or filter. Again, it still could be the fuel pump.
Check your fuses could be an electronic issue.
was fuel filter replaced
it is possible
Change the fluid and the trans filter; a dirty trans filter can cause this.
check the alternator, ignition coil. or even see what the charge at the battery is.
the f-150 fuel system shuts off and also does not restart sometimes , i changed the filter and fuel pump and problem still exist. the f-150 fuel system shuts off and also does not restart sometimes , i changed the filter and fuel pump and problem still exist.
If it is still sputtering, it is important that you take it to a mechanic to have it checked.It is possible that you did not change it well. Take it to a professional mechanic if you are not one.
it could be your idle control
Where is it leaking from? Could be front or rear seal or coolant lines Did you change gasket when you changed fluid?
No, because many of the plants in a wetland filter pollutants and absorbs extra runoff from heavy rains.
front or rear main seals are out and you need a new oil filter. New Answer: If your old oil filter was a FRAM this could be the problem. It is a known issue that often with these filters the old gasket will often become detached from the filter & remain on the car when you change the oil filter, thus preventing the new filter from making a secure seal. Check the old oil filter if you still have it, to be sure that it has its gasket intact. If the gasket is missing, that means it is still on your car. You will have to re-do the oil change process as you need to remove the old gasket before reinstalling the new. Good Luck.
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