Dist. cap corroded, plug wire bad, spark plug fouled, pushrod bent, valve bent, and last but not least, head gasket.Answeralso if you are misfiring on a cylinder your rocker arms my be to tight or not tight enough and youll know if the arent tight enough(they will rattle)
Answer The same thing happened to me, the cause is faulty intake manifold gaskets the slip down out of place allowing it to suck air in the top and oil in the bottom. If you check your plug it will be fowled black from oil consumption. I had new after market reinforced gaskets put in and the problem is resolved.AnswerIf you engine light comes on and flashes it could be one of your injectors have a small hole in it and could cause a misfire
A defective fuel injector can also cause the problem
As for the second answer, i agree. My buddy who don't know much about engines rebuilt an engine and we couldn't figure out why it wouldn't start and after checking every possible thing we checked the rockers and he had them way too tight. loosened them up started right up.
BAD coil, Plug wire or spark plug. Check these things and replace as needed.
A cylinder is misfiring.
sounds like the cam sensor or crank sensor or both are faulty, probably the cam sensor located on the distributor, under the cap
That would be the 3ed spark plug from the front of the head on the drivers side.
That would be the second plug on the passenger side of the engine from the front.
That would be the accumulator for the Air Conditioning system.
yes, as long as it has the same box syle body like an 84 silverado would have.
it all depends on the body style whether its the same or not
it could but you might need to trim the rear a little
That would be an engine cylinder misfire , but either more than one or it can't determine which engine cylinder is misfiring
Yes it will. Those 2 engines are the same. That would be a direct swop.
That would be the 4L60E