it depends on what kind of 6 cylinder but it can be the module the coil packs or the distributor It's on a '96 V-6 Pontiac Firebird. I'm thinking it could involve the ECM or an injector could not be pulsing. But how do I check and fix both?? I changed my coils on my 98' Camaro three times, they run about $35.00, the number 5 and 6 cylinder coil should be the last one when looking under the hood right over the right valvecover.
If cylinder one is misfiring on the Kia Sportage 2.0 it could be that the spark plug in that cylinder needs to be changed. It can also mean that the piston in that cylinder is sticking.
Sensor??? A misfire is usually caused by spark plugs and wires. After that you change distributor cap(if equipped) , fuel injectors, check for proper compression.
Fuel injector?, wire? manifold leak?
There are several things that can cause your 2001 Pontiac Grand Am 2.4 liter engine to misfire. The next thing you should change will be the fuel injectors.
Chevrolet has not changed the injectors in the 3.6 L V6 motor since 2009.
you have bad orings, wrong size, orings or you broke the other injectors or the their orings
Need to check the coil wire, and all other ignition parts.
Are you getting power to the system?
check the coil pack
Try the oxygen sensor and the coolant temperature sensor.
Do a compression test on all cylinders and compare findings. All cylinders should be within 10% of each other.
Have your injectors checked or changed, burnng to much fuel
It is feeling silly and my other answer is it is behaving badly
Fuel injectors or coil
Yes but it wouldn't run very well
most likely cause is #4 coil. later models all have individual coils for each cylander a mechanic can check it pretty quick quick for you
Theres three coil packs; one fires two cylinders. I suppose if one is bad then it could cause the two corresponding to misfire. I had one cylinder misfire, it turned out to be the fuel injector.
check cap and rotor..... check valve clearance "cold"
No, the system is self priming.
change the injectors you could have plugged injectors.
The 4 cylinder has a timing chain that does not require replacement and is designed to last the life of the engine.
If you have changed all the Plugs, wires and coil pak then look at the fuel injector on that cylinder. Might be a good idea to replace them all. Should clear it up. My 99 B3000 had the same problem. The key was my fuel comsumption. As long as I held the RPM's above 2000, it ran fine. Ideling was a little shakey.
No, a 1995 Chevrolet Suburban does not have a carburetor. The carburetors were changed in 1995 and replaced with fuel injectors.
No, the 2005 Accord 4 cylinder has a timing chain that will last the life of the engine. The V6 does have a belt that must be changed at 110,000 miles.