if you changed the timing belt also, you'll need a manual to correct the timing belt installation...check the timing and for specifics, you should be able to find a shop manual at the local library with the right information on this -- make copies of the pages, as they are usually for REFERENCE only...:) You will need to reset the camshaft timing then double check the ignition timing. If you have a shop manual, the procedure is covered in section 4. If not, send me an e-mail and I'll send the details. As I recall, the crankshaft should be moved to top dead centre and the camshaft has three scribe marks, two 180 degrees apart, level with the top of the head, the third a 90 degrees to the other marks pointing straight up. Ignition timing is 2 degrees BTDC at warm idle with the vacuum lines disconnected from the distributor. Cheers Malcolm
A misfire caused by the ignition system exhausts unburned fuel into the exhaust system that enters the catalytic converter and causes its temperature to rise dramatically. An exhaust issue could cause for cylinder 4 to misfire. The camshaft lobes, which are responsible for opening and closing the intake and exhaust vales, are another source for a misfire and rough running engine. The cam lobes for the No. 4 cylinder should be inspected to see if they have been worn down due to lack of oil or other mechanical problem. A damaged camshaft lobe will not allow a valve to open properly if at all.
Stop by http://www.coloradofans.com there are different people that have had that problem. you can probably message them personally and see how they got to that problem. P0300= Random/ multiple cylinder misfire detected P0301= Misfire detected- cylinder #1 P0302= Misfire detected- cylinder #2 P0303= Misfire detected- cylinder #3 P0304= Misfire detected- cylinder #4 p0305= Misfire detected- cylinder #5 P.S. These are Diagnostic trouble codes, not vechicle id numbers.
Camshaft sensor interrupter will send that code.
The most common reason for a misfire is the ignition coil that is connected to the sparkplug on top of the problem cylinder.
It depends on what you mean. If you mean an actual misfire, that is caused when the primer does not ignite. That is normally caused by a firing pin problem, or by a bad primer.
If your 1997 GMC 5.7L Vortec has a misfire at an idle but not while under throttle, the problem is likely the timing. This can be adjusted.
change the fuel pressure regulator ,i had the same problem on my silverado 2000. that fixed the misfire.
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yes theres problem go service it
1st you have to determine the cause of the misfire: could be as simple as a gad spark plug or wire or bad ignition coil or as involved as a bad piston or valve. do a compression test to see if the misfire is caused by an internal engine componet. IF compression is within limits then problem is probably an electrical problem.
Misfire on more than one cylinder. Start by replacing your plugs and plug wires. If that does not solve the problem, run a compression test to determine if you have a burnt valve.
Changing the depth of field.
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CLEAN THE INJECTORS. OR HAVE THE INJECTORS CLEANED BY A GM TECH.
Yes, specially after changing plugs and wires the coil is the next step. If you want to be 1000% sure. Auto Zone will check your codes for FREE. No more guessing.
the problem seems to be crankshaft or camshaft position sensor.
A cylinder misfire can be cause by a bad spark plug or a bad fuel injector. Replace the spark plug to see if the problem is corrected.
i did have same problem on my 95 aurora i have replace ignition coils sparkplugs and wires that solve my problem
Your Subaru is misfiring when it reaches 1 bar because it has a mechanical problem.
a po300 code is a random misfire code witch means it is not just missing on just one cly. witch kind of eliminates a ignition problem unless you have multiple ignition parts going bad more likely a fuel problem or vacuum leak
You have a circuit problem on the camshaft position 1 sensor.