You might have switched the plug wires. Meaning that you put a plug wire in the wrong spark plug which messes with the firing order.
You should have C.O.P. ( coil on plug) there are no wires.
Plug wires in wrong order, distributor out of sync,Plug wires in wrong order, distributor out of sync,
you may have plug wires on wrong plugs. you need to get the firing order, find number 1 on distibutor, conenect plug wire from there to number 1 plug . then repeat this using the correct firing order and doing one plug wire at a time
123456 is the firing order ...or, just call a dealer. They will tell you.
I know my Jeep GC has "coil on plug" ignition, so there aren't traditional spark plug wires, just low voltage.
Spark plug gap is .060
Get a shop manual. There is no distributor. These have coil packs.
at the end of the plug wires in the head
They have to be in the firing order.
my plug wires pop off going down the road causing it to miss
Correct firing order of plug wires on motor and cap on a 90 chev suburban
Are you wanting to know the order of the wires on the engine or the distributer cap?
3.0,3.3,3.5 Engines Firing order: 1-2-3-4-5-6
The 10.2mm spark plug wires are the wires that are only needed for the engine to run on a 1995-2005 Chevy Cavaliers.
Trace the spark plug wires they start at the coil and end at the spark plug
How does the wires from the spark plug go to the rotor, which order?
It depends on the firing order of the engine
were the plug wires replaced in the right order or did they get mixed up? were the new plugs properly gapped before being installed? if you didn't use new plug wires, maybe a broken plug wire? make sure the plug wires snapped onto the head of the plug securley what all was changed out when you had the tune up done?
Screwed into the engine. Follow the spark plug wires.
Disconnect the battery, and remove the spark plug wires one by one. Replace the spark plug wires in the same order, ensure the connection is firm, and connect the battery.
Put markings on the original wires with paint or white-out and take pictures with a digital camera before you remove them.
Yes... Where all the spark plug wires go into the same spot.Yes... Where all the spark plug wires go into the same spot.
all the spark plug wires are on it