I have a 2001 Prism, and all i did was replace the spark plugs, and reset the battery it went away....
what are the possible causes of misfire on number one cylinder in a dodge 2003 ram 4.7 liter engine
What causes misfire 302, 304 and 306
p0302 is cylinder 2 misfire, you need to fix the cause of the misfire. Possible causes are plugs, coils, injectors......
the gun powder ispacked to tightly and the preassure builds up and can cause it to misfire
I'm not a mechanic / technician but I BELIEVE if the fuel injector is restricted so that the proper air - fuel mixture is not getting to an engine cylinder , that an engine cylinder misfire can occur ( that is only one of the causes of an engine cylinder misfire )
That would be that there isn't enough gas getting to them
a bad wire or a bad coil to cylinder 5.
Cylinder misfire. Possibly failed or failing engine mounts.
P0302, cylinder number two misfire. Possible causes include spark plugs, fuel injector, and internal engine failure.
P0302 is a cylinder number two misfire. Causes include spark plugs, injector, internal engine failure, etc.
The causes for cylinder 2 to misfire in a 2001 Chrysler Sebring with a 3.0 engine is a faulty spark plug or a damaged spark plug wire. In-depth troubleshooting can be completed by a local mechanic or dealership.
What causes a misfire can be a number of things. But from what you are telling me, you may have water in your oil and maybe some bad gas inside your engine. If you have pumped in some bad gas, you may have a filed out the sparkplug at that #8 cylinder.
Bad plug, plug wire, burnt valve, blown head gasket, on that cylinder.
a bad coil or plug to be safe change both
Change spark plugs and wires... TUNE-UP...
P0302 is cylinder #2 misfire. Possible causes include spark plugs, plug wires, coil, injector, valves, wiring, etc.
It can be the spark plug or the plug wire. In some cases it could be a vacuum leak.
Cylinder #6 misfire see related question below
Usually the occasional spark plug that needs to be cleaned and gapped.
The crankshaft and camshaft sensors monitor engine speed. When the sensors detect a change in speed, they attribute it to a misfire. Depending on the cylinder that was supposed to fire, the engine can determine when the change in speed took place and can single out a particular cylinder. When it happens with more than one cylinder, it becomes a mulit cyl misfire. This is one of the symptoms of a malfunctioning cam or crank sensor.
It sounds like a cracked distributer cap, jumping fire across
A misfire on cylinder #4. See related questions.
The engine cylinder locations are numbered : firewall 4 - 8 3 - 7 2 - 6 1 - 5 front I'm not a mechanic / technician but your misfire could be caused by a bad sparkplug , bad coil , fuel injector not allowing the proper air / fuel ratio , and maybe there are other causes of your misfire
Most likely this problem is your coil. If you are unable to change this yourself, you should take it to a mechanic as soon as you can.