Engine missfire. Cylinder #4
cylinder 5 missfire detected. could be plug, wire, or bad coil...
Depending on the extent of the clog, it could cause the engine to lose power under a load or accelerating and in severe cases the engine may not run above an idle. I don't see it causing any one cylinder to missfire.
That vehicle is throttle body injection, it's possible but doubtful. I would suspect the spark plugs, spark plug wires or cap and rotor are faulty.
Either the "O" rings are bad where the injectors go into the cylinder head or the electrical connector on the injector is leaking.
Dirty fuel injectors or spark plugs
Leaking injectors that are allowing fuel to flow after shutdown, will allow fuel to flow into the cylinder. This fuel will mix with the oil and dilute it's lubricrating ability. This will cause engine wear and will eventually cause serious engine damage.
most likely it is a cylinder missfire it might be a broken flywheel (cracked)
p0302 is cylinder 2 misfire, you need to fix the cause of the misfire. Possible causes are plugs, coils, injectors......
Bad plugs and wires or/and coil
Yes, if it leaks oil through and on to the spark plugs, it will foul them and cause a missfire.
A faulty ignition coil or module can cause misfiring.
missfire. probably it dont fire on all cylinders.
no..if its bad your car wont start
look at:Besides a coil plug or wire what would cause a 4 cylinder missfire on a 2002 Volvo s40?
Yes if the vehicle is equiped with coil/coils and will cause missfire, oil there means your valve cover gasket is shot and if this is the case the plugs maybe be fouled. But generally you should seek diagnosis from a professional the vehicle may have other issues depending on the type of stall
Normally you do not get carbon buildup on injectors. They can get gummed a little, or blocked, but that should not cause backfire. Check timing.
That error code is for a single cylinder misfire. Bad spark plugs or wires can cause this as well as a bad fuel injector.
theres numerous things that can cause this to happen i recommend if you have the money and are able take it to a garage if not invest 20 dollars in a chiltons manual for your car available at any fine auto parts store it has a section dedicated for the shade tree called troubleshooting it helps tremendousley
Gasoline will not dissolve the carbon deposits that clog the injectors but it will cause your engine to not start.
If this vehicle does not have an electric fuel pump, then the fuel pump diaphragm has a hole in it. Replace the fuel pump. If it is fuel injected, which I think it is, then you have one or more fuel injectors that are bleeding off after shutdown. Have the fuel pressure regulator and the injectors checked.
From the intake, yes. From the exhaust, unlikely.
The no 1 reason for a loss of pressure would be the fuel pump, however in order to rule out the injectors, remove the line from the injectors and test the pressure from the line. If the pressure drops, it's the pump, if not, check the injectors for major failure. Either one or all could be the cause. It's best to try to isolate sides if possible but that might take major plumbing work.
Your 1996 Pontiac Grand Prix will experience cylinder misfires when one or several of the spark plug wires are bad. A bad spark plug can also cause the problem.
You may have 1 or more injectors that are leaking. Allowing fuel to purge from the lines after you turn off the car. This will leak inti the cylinder and cause a flooded condition.