It could just be a bad spark plug wire or the spark plugs need changing.
Worn, faulty or dirty spark plug; cracked or worn spark plug wiring or loose connection.
if sludge is keeping oil from draining away from valve guide a cylinder can suck in oil and cause plug to misfire
Find and repair the cause of a misfire on cylinder #5.see related question below.Find and repair the cause of a misfire on cylinder #5.see related question below.
Yes, it sure can.
the gun powder ispacked to tightly and the preassure builds up and can cause it to misfire
what are the possible causes of misfire on number one cylinder in a dodge 2003 ram 4.7 liter engine
Anything that could cause a cylinder misfire can cause the check engine light to flash. A restricted fuel filter is one.Anything that could cause a cylinder misfire can cause the check engine light to flash. A restricted fuel filter is one.
A cylinder misfire can be cause by a bad spark plug or a bad fuel injector. Replace the spark plug to see if the problem is corrected.
It could, depending on the cause of the misfire.
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.
This isn't a question. Find the cause of the miss and repair it.
If it is causing the cylinder to misfire, yes.
p0302 is cylinder 2 misfire, you need to fix the cause of the misfire. Possible causes are plugs, coils, injectors......
Thermostat, or fan motor if it does not blow hard.
No it should not
I have a 95, had a misfire... mine was because of the plug wires... changed the wires and plugs mis fire stopped...
Most spark plugs are good up to 100,000 miles, regardless of manufacturer or engine. If one fails to light prematurely and causes a cylinder misfire, it'll cause a CEL.
While an incorrect fuel/air ratio can cause a misfire, it's not likely to cause only one cylinder to misfire unless you have tuned port injection. The more likely cause is the ignition system... Distributor cap, rotor, plug wires, or spark plugs.
Coil pack and the spark plug- check compression
No, it causes a massive coolantleak.
You locate the cause of the random misfire and take corrective actions against that; be it a coil, plug, wire, coil boot or crank sensor. A random misfire is as it states - a misfire that happens randomly in possibly a random cylinder as well. They can be hard to diagnose, as well and it is recommended that you take vehicle to a qualified, ASE certified shop for diagnostics.