Does #1 plug fire? Can you hear the injector clicking (use a long bar held to your ear) like the other injectors. Check fuel pressure, check compression...
My truck ran perfectly but had a #4 misfire code with MIL light on. I decided to park it and fix it since the light began flashing, meaning possible catalytic damage could occur if continue.
I changed a bad vacuum tube under BPT, cleaned a clogged EGR valve to BPT tube, replaced EGR, and most importantly cleaned 1/4" EGR ports in the intake manifold through the 6 Allen key plugs on the manifold. Two 10mm and four 8mm. - Thanks to a Nissan parts guy for the port info.
p.s. use a good quality Allen key socket and a 1/2 breaker bar. daas-in-der-tight!
Check to see if there is a internal advance mechanism in your distributor. On older GM models bushings would wear causing it to stick and causing a surge or bucking as the advance within the distributor would release. Your computer regulates the advance, however, have the distributor checked.
Have you checked the brake fluid level in the master cylinder it may be low causing a light to come on . i did the level is ok.
Have you checked all of the High Tension leads from the distributor to the plugs, or just one or two? Same with HT lead from Coil to Distributor, Check Distributor cap for cracks
Have you checked the spark plug wire for that cylinder,??????????
The break light coming on in your 1998 Toyota Tacoma Non-Prerunner might be due to a faulty braking sensor. It could also be the brake cylinder or slave cylinder causing the light to come on. The break fluid being full is a great place to start; check the brake slave cylinder next.
Something has gotten water on or in it, and is causing a misfire. You need to find what is wet and dry or replace it. The plug wires, coil , distributor cap are all places that could hold the problem. If you have the code checked it should show which cylinder is the problem.
have you checked inside the distributor . good luck
#1 cyl checked with falt metter
It is likely hemorrhoids causing the bleeding; but it is best to get it checked out by a doctor soon.
If the master cylinder is low or empty don't just fill it. It is low for a reason. Have the brakes checked asap!
Have you checked the rotor inside the distributor. Had the same problem recently. Opened up the Distributor and the screw that holds the rotor was out and the rotor was cracked. Part costs about $8.00.
The camshaft position sensor is an intregal part of the distributor, therefore if the CMP sensor is defective the distributor must be replaced. Have it checked out by a qualified mechanic.
it is one piece with the distributor, was around$600 last i checked
One (or more) spark plugs are not firing, causing the unburnt fuel to seep trhough the cylinder and into the oil pan. Check the spark plugs and/or spark plug wires to see which one(s) are at fault.
It effects by causing peopel distrurbing stuff to the lungs causing an illness that need to be checked out by doctors nurses ect- thankyou x
Turn the engine until the #1 plug is at TDC on the compression stroke. Mark the distributor at that location. Install the new distributor and turn until you are at the exact same location. Have the timing checked after you get it started.
It should, I have checked the manufacture repair manual. It does not show any difference in 4 cylinder and 6 cylinder rear suspension.
Take it in to your nearest Autozone and have the starter checked. Before having to push or tow your car, make sure both leads are securely attached to the battery and other wiring; from the alternator to the distributor and distributor cap to spark plugs etc.
The camshaft position sensor is integral with the distributor. So, have it checked carefully by a professional because, if the sensor is faulty, the distributor must be replaced. That can get ugly expensive real quick.
see if there is a small coil in the bottom of the distributor, you have to pull the distributor out to replace it
Most probably the driveshaft(s) or the axles are worn. Get them checked.
have you checked your car for aliens?
it could be a gas leak i would have it checked just to be safe if i were you
It may be that your clutch master cylinder is bad, or more than likely one of the internal components within the cylinder, have the clutch master cylinder checked.