Need to check the coil wire, and all other ignition parts.
have misfire on #5 on a ford f150 4.6. changed spark plug and coil pack and injector.
You need to check compression on #6.
Fuel injector?, wire? manifold leak?
Low compression in a cylinder, a burnt valve, loose plug or plug wire, bad injector, bad electronics.
You may have a bad fuel injector. Try to single out which cylinder is dead, then remove that spark plug, if the plug is clean and dry you have a faulty fuel injector.
Run a compression test before you spend too much time checking out other potential problems. If the compression tests good, try swapping the fuel injector with a good cylinder and see if the dead cylinder moves.
im having the same problem its a goofy cylinder.......im guessing you changed plugs wires and cap.......make sure wires are routed correctly......other than that im thinking its the injector
Theres three coil packs; one fires two cylinders. I suppose if one is bad then it could cause the two corresponding to misfire. I had one cylinder misfire, it turned out to be the fuel injector.
could very well be the injector. could also be the distributer or the plug lead
When a 1999 S10 is sluggish and surging with going up hills, perhaps there is a problem with the transmission. The filter might need to be changed, more fluid added, or it might need a complete overhaul.
Spark plug wires? Coil pack? Dirty injector? Spark plug wires? Coil pack? Dirty injector? Spark plug wires? Coil pack? Dirty injector?
this is most likely a bad injector. Try a tank of premium gas and Lucas injector cleaner. If it still misses, you probably need to change an injector.
Yes but it wouldn't run very well
I'm not sure what you mean by sluggish, but 2 things I would check is that the fluid is full, and that the filter has been changed in the last 30,000 miles.
Think a little deeper. Combustion that fails is a misfire. You have addressed the spark side of it. There is a fuel and compression possible trouble. Try swapping the fuel injector for that cylinder with another and see if the misfire moves to the other cylinder. Compression test the cylinder to see if it is in specs. Try a cylinder leak down test and see if it is losing compression. Perhaps there is a carbon build up on the valves preventing good seating?
it depends on what kind of 6 cylinder but it can be the module the coil packs or the distributor It's on a '96 V-6 Pontiac Firebird. I'm thinking it could involve the ECM or an injector could not be pulsing. But how do I check and fix both?? I changed my coils on my 98' Camaro three times, they run about $35.00, the number 5 and 6 cylinder coil should be the last one when looking under the hood right over the right valvecover.
Check the plug wires as well, to insure that there is not a high voltage leakage. Check the wiring to the injector and the camshaft sensor. If all else fails it could be a computer issue.
The 4 cylinder has a timing chain that does not require replacement and is designed to last the life of the engine.
Theres lots of things that need to line up on a diesel motor, timing marks, fuel injecton, injector pump , you'll have to review your install instructions and finmd out where you may have left a step out
Possible failed injector.
If cylinder one is misfiring on the Kia Sportage 2.0 it could be that the spark plug in that cylinder needs to be changed. It can also mean that the piston in that cylinder is sticking.
No, the 2005 Accord 4 cylinder has a timing chain that will last the life of the engine. The V6 does have a belt that must be changed at 110,000 miles.
It could be your O2 sensors going bad. I had the same problem. you may also want to check the ignition coil
fuel filter has to be changed every 8000 miles or sooner if it plugsup sooner