Usually the spark plugs or the timing.
Timing may be the issue or an idle adjustment
Why , they do not go bad. What is wrong with car?
Check the crankshaft sensor. Also check the timing and timing belt. The backfiring indicates that the engine is firing at the wrong time.
The ignition timing is out
If there isn't anything wrong with it leave it alone.
no the car will not start timing has to be set again
timing is wrong, coolant leak, bad radiator or thermostat, head gasket....
You would have to call 911!Another AnswerSounds like the timing is off or plug wires in the wrong order.
no spark our timing belt snap our jumped timing
If your vehical is a tracker and you just put the timing chains in, it was done wrong
If your car has the 2.8V6 it has a timing chain. If your car has the 2.54 cylinder engine it has timing gears. Neither has a timing belt or the problems that come with one.
usually it is due to the timing belt being loose and/or other things wrong with the timing belt. It could also be the transmission fluid if the car shifts oddly and if there is a leaking issue inside or outside of the vehicle. If this is the case, replace the fluid and filter IMMEDIATELY!!! Eric
Idle needs to be re-learned properly
We have the same car, and it has a timing chain.
That would be a timing chain for this car.
When i accelerate it goes slow i think my timing was set wrong a couple of times not just once
no the car has a timing chain
mine did the same thing when the timing belt broke
A higher octane gas or an after market octane booster. But, if your car/truck is knocking, then something is wrong, either your timing is too far advanced or something more in depth..
a timing chain last longer than a timing belt... a lot longer.
what is the timing to be set on a 85 town car with a 302 with tb injetion
It is obvious that whomever replaced the belt did something wrong. Take the car back to the person who replaced the belt.
On a 2001 Smart Car, the timing marks for the timing chain are located along the cam sprocket and the edge of the links. They must be matched together to ensure proper initial timing.
Yes...most commonly with wrong timing.