On a 1998 Daewoo Matiz after doing a few jobs on it ,it wouldn't start.so i checked the spark from the dizzy cap no spark while turning the engine over. the reason turned out to be the ignition key.got another one and hey presto starts first time.if your engine is sparking then it could only be the belt timing out.so check the timing or better still get someone else to look at it as you may not see where you went wrong .ged
No. Ignition timing is totally controlled electronically, and changing plugs will not have a direct effect. You can always check it with a timing light if you want, but there's nothing to adjust.
no the plugs just delivers the spark. you only need to do timing if u pull the distributor out of the block or do a timingChan or if the distributor slips
wrong plug gap, wires on wrong, cap is cracked, timing moved when you put cap on
Changing the plugs and plug wires correctly has nothing to do with nor can it cause an oil leak.
timing off, spark plugs need changing take it in and have it looked at
You change plugs because the continual sparking erodes the electrode, which slowly retards the ignition timing, which then makes the engine run inefficiently,
It willrun $450.00 and change plugs are 240.00 labor plus parts
incorrect ignition timing, no fuel pressure, or no spark.
bad fuel bad spark plugs incorrect timing
Try changing the spark plugs and have the timing checked.
yes, its about the timing do one at a time if you are changing them, same for spark plugs too
there is no timing when you change the spark plugs the car adjusts itself
Timing belt slipping or stretched?
The most likely cause of a 1992 Ford Aerostar stalling while idling is bad spark plugs. The plugs should be changed and the timing checked to resolve the problem.
Remove the 4 screws holding the top cover. You can then get to the plug wires and the plugs.
Yes, absolutely!See "Related Questions" below for much more about changing Windstar plugs and wires
timing could be off. Bad spark plugs, crossed wires bad coil. Lots of things.
hunting or loaping can be needing a tune up, the timing belt very loose, bad spark plugs or wires, etc. Blocked fuel filter . So their are many issues that cause this. Remember do your basics, spark plugs , wires, fuel filter, check your timing belt. and usually most of your problems will disappear.
NGK platinum plugs
A damaged or deteriorated engine mounting. Possibly a bad harmonic damper if the timing or firing of the spark plugs is off, then this will cause the engine to shake unevenly.
wrong spark plug wire configuration. Check to see if two are backwards.
The engine might need a general tune-up. Changing the spark plugs and adjusting the timing is all part of routine maintainance of the vehicle. Also, check the fuel filter ... one that is partially clogged could cause this, too.