maybe you have some bad gas try a can of dry gas
It is important to recognize the signs of car parts going bad. The symptoms of an ignition coil going bad are bad fuel economy, backfiring, starting problems and engine misfiring.
I have the same problem I dont know what to do My Renault Clio 1.4 is doing this same problem and I am wondering what to do when u start the car it starts to vibrate Please help
Bad ignition coil will cause engine to sputter and hesitate on acceleration.
Bad plug or something is misassembled.
I really hate to be the one to tell you the bad news but it is possible that you have bent some valves. Take the spark plugs out of the missing cylinders and run a compression check on those two.
It is HIGH ENERGY IGNITION. There isn't any points or condenser as they are replaced with an ignition module.
The reason a Lincoln Town Car might not start after the intake manifold was replaced could be that the MAP (Manifold Absolute Pressure) sensor was not installed properly after the manifold was replaced. The computer might also need to be reset.
It must be REPLACED with another 1.
the ignition timing does not get replaced on 87 dodge.
The ignition is shot - just replaced mine $315.00.
The exhaust manifold needs to have a gasket in place to help seal the juncture between the manifold and the engine. After the gasket and gasket sealer are in place, tighten the bolts for the exhaust manifold. The exhaust pipe can then be replaced on the new exhaust manifold.
have you checked to see if there is any broken bolt on the manifold, or worped manifold, burnt manifold gasket
If it backfires while you are driving, the intake manifold bolts may be loose or the gasket may need to be replaced. If it backfires when you turn off the ignition, the fuel mixture is a little on the rich side.
Could be a bad ignition coil, a bad ignition module, or bad gaskets on the manifold(s). I'm assuming you've already replaced the plugs and wires or they're fairly new.
sounds like the coil wire melting to the exhaust caused a short circuit in the ignition system, check all your ignition fuses (at the fuse box most likely under the hood) and go from there.
bad gasket. needs replaced
did you have your ignition coil replaced? the signs are that the ignition coil is overheating thus you are able to restart after an hour, when the coil cools. also check if your ignition coil has a resistor. if it has, have it checked for continuity. did you have your ignition coil replaced? the signs are that the ignition coil is overheating thus you are able to restart after an hour, when the coil cools. also check if your ignition coil has a resistor. if it has, have it checked for continuity.
This could be a bad ignition switch, ignition relay, or ignition fuse.
Usually when you leak oil that's an indication that the intake manifold gaskets need to be replaced or your intake manifold is shot.
Faulty: spark plug, spark plug wire, ignition coil, ignition module, fuel injector are the most common. Coolant leaking into a cylinder is another. Internal engine problems such as burnt valve, broken valve spring, bent push rod, worn rings
check the ignition switch , it might be bad and may need to be replaced.
check the gappings of your spark plugs, it must be uniform.
Because it 's leaking- OIL, ANTIFREEZE, or vacume leak
you can take it to be replaced it has a recall on them
An exhaust leak is usually the result of a bad gasket or a cracked manifold. For a proper fix, either the gasket or both the manifold and the gasket must be replaced.