Possible ignition module problem.
Same problem with my 91' Jimmy. I put it in the shop and it was the timing. Can be very cheap if you can do it out yourself, or put it in the shop and it will run you about $130-150 including labor.
seems that the timing is still incorrect. the distributor may be worn and causing this.problem may also be the points, a crack in the distributer cap,
no spark our timing belt snap our jumped timing
There's no way to set timing. Just align marks on camshaft and crankshaft during belt installation. There may be another problem if your car is still running rough.
This could be a problem with timing or you need to check the leads to the coil packs are on firmly.
check the spark plugs make sure you have spark and/or your timing is off
your timing can not be right
check the ignition timing
your plugs may be fouled. pull them and check for carbon buid-up, discoloration, etc. you may be able to clean them and adjust the gap. also, very much sounds like a timing problem. the timing could be off just enough to permit the bike to start but will not accept throttle, idles rough, & small back-fires through the carbs. hope this helps
Depending on mileage perhaps timing chain is sloppy
Have the timing checked. Actually, do yourself a favor and have a full diagnostic done.
you should take it to a car tech or some one that knows how to set the timing if that does not work you should have your timing belt replaced.
It may have wrong timing. May be, the electrical wiring are not fixed properly, e.g, they are opposite. There can be different reasons. i was chasing down a tail light problem and blue a fuse. i still have that problem? fusible link?
Yes it is still a problem in Britain. It is a problem in every country in the world.
are u sure is the timing chain? because cult it by the timing sensor or the timing auctueror sprocket There is no timing belt on a trailblazer only a single timing chain. After some research I found out that the timing chain is still in service in vehicles that have over 150,000 miles without issues. It does not appear to be a weak link in this very strong Atlas LL8 design. The posted labor to change it out is listed at 16 hours. Not really a driveway job but based on history not a problem on these trucks.
yes, do you think its still burning? of course.
have the engine timing checked. if the timing is wrong the engine will overheat, are you loosing coolant?is the fan working, is the water pump working?
The 430's have timing chains and do not need replacement!
Usually if the timing is off you will hear a knock or a ping. Somtimes it's even hard to start your car If the timing is late , you'll overheat and hesitate alot. If the timing is too far adavanced, excessivie idiling will occur and pre-ignition will exist. If the timing is out by a lot, you will notice a lack in peformance or poor gas mileage. The only reliable way is to hook the engine up to a timing light. This flashes a pulse of light everytime No1 spark plug fires. Shine it on the crank pulley and it will look like it is standing still. Usually there are marks or notches on the pulley and crank case to indicate timing. Adjust it by turning the distributor body. Most modern engines are computer controlled and there is no adjustment for ignition timing.
Unless you have had the timing belt off or it has broken the timing should still be correct. The way you set the timing is by taking the timing belt off and lining up the timing marks and put the belt back on. I added a link to a text how-to for setting the timing on the Zetec engine. -ZX2Fast
our 2000 4.0 explorer xlt had a recall for the tentioner but the noise is still there so i believe there that's not the problem.
If you are running a remote start solenoid, which is completely away from the engine heat, and still having problems I doubt that the Corvette solenoid will make much difference. One other thing to check is your initial timing. If your timing is advanced a little too far it can cause these same symptoms. Before changing out that solenoid again or spending more cash dial back your timing a few degrees. See if the hot start problem is still there. It's free and would only take a couple of minutes to check. If the problem is still there you might want to check or replace the starter itself.
Did you take the distributor out ? If so then it sounds like you have the distributor in wrong / OUT OF TIME. Re check the timing and make sure the plug wires are correct. If you did not have the distributor out, then you need to make sure the Timing chain is not worn out or jumped time. You also need to CLEAR all the codes with a scanner FIRST. If this don't help you then PLEASE ask your question again so we can try to help you with your problem. Thank you.
Yes bush fires only happen in bush hence the name. But a fire can still be lit and maintain with out wood or 'bush'.
yes, you will still get a spark, just not at the right time