It is probably plugs. I suggest a good tune up. GoodluckJoe
It could also be a SMALL Vacume leak that shows up when everything swells as it heats it. (use Vac guage to check, also wires and plugs are a good bet)
Just a thought: If I remember right #5 and 7 fire back to back. You might try looking to see if those wires are in contact with each other. If so, either darken your garage or wait till nightfall and watch for arcing between the #5 and 7 wires where they come in contact. If the wires are "bad" #5 might be advance firing #7 causeing your "miss". Check your radiator for oil and oil for water. with radiator cap off see if pressure builds up, like alot of air if it does build up pressure you either cracked a head or head gasket causing it to apear as a miss insted of a dead cylider. you don't have to wait till dark you can simply hear it doing this. it will make a ticking sound if it is an arc and the solution will be to replace the wire. if you want to find out which cylinder is At Fault remove one wire at a time and crank engine. when thre makes no difference in engine idle with wire on or off you located the cylinder at fault.
incorrect engine timing so that it misfires
Mechanical issue, ammunition issue.
Wiring and internal engine problems can cause misfires.
In theory, it could, but in all practicality, it would not. The four main causes of misfires are faulty sparkplugs, bad spark plug wires, bad fuel injectors or a loss of compression.
That would be the 4L60E
Your 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix will experience cylinder misfires when one or several of the spark plug wires are bad. A bad spark plug can also cause the problem.
Wet/damp/faulty ignition wires, contaminated fuel (water), worn out spark plugs.
try turning on the fan switch in the car
Yes, as the mixture would run lean and possible misfires could occur.
No, only a 98-02 Camaro hood would fit an 01 Camaro
The most likely cause would be a vacuum leak at the rear of the engine or a defective selector switch.
a plug misfiring would cause the rough idle and check engine light or if u changed the plugs and wires u could have put the plug wires in the wrong order
Sounds like a vacum leak to me.
No. It will cause a problem with both back pressure and noise.
Faulty signal sender in the tank.
The 2010 Camaro would win.
POSSIBILITIES: Faulty spark plug - faulty ignition wire - distributor rotor needs replacing - distributor needs replacing. The most common cause of multiple misfires on the B20 / P75 engine used in the 1999 CRV is valve recession. this is a well documented problem on these engines. Repair usually requires replacement of the head.
the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. the mustang would blow the camaro away no camparison. exspecially if the camaro has 176,000 miles on it. This guy has no idea what he is saying. Mustang @ crank meaning all out 193 camaro 200 stock and about 210 @ crank So do the math camaro
There are several things that can cause a rich condition. To eliminate the guesswork it would be cheaper to have a shop diagnosis the problem. The map sensor and the fuel pressure regulator are 2 things that can be the cause.
Try changing the fuel filter. It'll be fuel or spark related, so start with the cheapest thing. The problem was the distributor cap, I put a standard motor cap and a AC-Delco cap on it. Water would get up and cause the misfires. Summit has Accel products at a good price (less than AC-Delco and Standard). Its been 6+ months and no misfires.
The Silverado comes with a lot of different GVW capacities and engines. I think if the Silverado was a half-ton regular cab short bed with the biggest engine package, it would be a very close race for the Camaro.
The camaro would win.
try changing both the a & b shift solenoids