While replacing the plug wires could eliminate some of the lost power from the coil pack, the more likely suspect is lost cylinder pressure. In order for gas engines to fire solidly, a cylinder pressure of 100 PSI or greater is required. At lower RPM's this is some times not achieved due to worn piston rings or damaged cylinder head valves. At higher RPM's this will normally smooth out. Reccomend having your cylinder pressures checked at a local shop or do it yourself. The pressure tester can be purchased at sears or your local parts store. Simply remove all spark plugs, thread the pressure gauge into the head at the spark plug hole, turn your engine over for at least 3 seconds, then read and record the reading on the gauge. if under 100 PSI, that is your problem. Good luck! Replace the plug wires. Have the engine codes read. I suspect a random misfire.
It has a permanent filter that is changed when you have the fluid changed.
Change the fluid and the trans filter; a dirty trans filter can cause this.
Run a compression test.
mositure in gas, cloged air filter, some one changed carb settings,
have you ever had the transmission filter changed and fluid changed?? Great place to start looking. If you have already checked the fluid level!
Your tank filter should be changed every month. If your filter becomes clogged, it should be changed right away.
No, the filter can not pump. It is a filter.
Some air purifiers do require a filter to be changed others have a filter that can be cleaned.
Pre-filter for what? You posted this question in the Fuel Filter category. So I must assume you mean the pre-filter on the fuel pump. That is changed when the fuel pump is replaced.
It Has An Orifice Filter & A Filter Dryer, But These Are Not Changed As If You Would An Air Or Oil Filter.
Nothing, they are the same thing.
no wix filter replaces the 103144 anymore wix changed the dimensions of their 51361 filter and now it does not fit...the outside diameter is too large and the gasket is also changed.....
There can be many causes for a whining noise in automatic transmissions. The least expensive thing you can try to eliminate the noise is to have the transmission fluid and filter changed. Some shops will only replace the fluid unless you ask for the filter to be changed, so ask.
Partially clogged fuel filter or you are buying cheap fuel pumps.
Nothing terrible will happen but the old oil in the filter will mix with the new. I would recommend you change the oil and oil filter again. This will insure that you will have clean oil throughout the motor.
My mom changed the filter on the coffee maker this morning.
Reverse the fan? Otherwise, need to know the what and where of the filter that was "sucked up."
Yes, I just had a clogged filter for my 05 corolla changed along with the filter.
The owner/operator causes the filter to be back washed by turning the lever to the appropriate setting and turning on the pump. This is done periodically to unclog the filter.
Filter and fluid should be changed A.S.A.P. Y-THINK-Y
If you mean that you changed oil , then RAN THE ENGINE with the old oil filter installed , then changed the oil filter , you just mixed the dirty oil in the old engine oil filter with the new oil that was just put in . So , not the best thing to do
The air FILTER needs to be changed because it is dirty.
I just changed the oil and I couldn't find a filter on it.
When it is dirty.
Follow the fuel line from the fuel tank to the engine and you will find the fuel filter if it is an inline filter, otherwise the filter may be a permanent filter in the fuel tank.