My first thought is that you have a burnt distributor rotor or cap,remove the cap and look for small thin lines that have a rainbow effect around the edges of the lines.If all looks good here,you might consider looking closer at the cat converter,most times when they are stopped up you will hear a sound i describe as a hiss or vacuum cleaner sound,hope this helps
Having no catalytic converter installed is illegal and can cause a myriad of problems. Probably not a backfire though.
Yes they can ! They can get stopped up and not run, I had a chevy corsica that did that. If not careful they can catch on fire.
There are several things that can cause your 2000 Chevrolet to backfire and die. The most common cause is a plugged catalytic converter.
Yes, it is possible. It will also cause severe loss of power.
No, backfire is usually caused by park plug wires that are installed incorrectly or an engine that is out of time. Fuel filter and pump will not cause backfire.
Incorrect Timing Can Cause Backfire.
Plugged fuel, air filter, or catalytic converter can cause that.
It can be eithier plug wires crossed or burned valves. Have it checked out.
Check heat shield on catalytic converter
No, cause if you do, the car will blow up due to lack of air circulation...
Yes, and it will cause loss of power. Better replace the defective parts immediately before you burn your valves and ruin the engine.
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.
The chain can not backfire. If it is installed off time it can cause a backfire, which could conceivably damage a starter.
It could be a plugged fuel filter. Or a plugged catalatic converter. Or a weak coil
replace the catalytic converter
yes if it gets water in the fuel pump it can or its just because you drive a Chevy sorry but dodge is better
Yes, bad fuel can cause backfire, because bad fuel is not good to use. People should always get reed of their bad fuel.
its running too rich down tune youre carb
Incorrect timing, spark plug wires not installed correctly, timing chain worn out and has jumped a tooth, or distributor worn out.
No drain plug. Filter is located inside the transmission pan on the bottom of the tranny.
A part of your exhaust system, the catalytic converter, has stopped working correctly. You need to get a new one.
There are several things to check most of the time you will need to replace the catalitic converter, this is common enough that the dealer still stocks the parts, also the upstream and down stream sensors must be calibrated after you replace the cat. BE VERY CAREFUL not to confuse the o2 sensors when thay are removed, Fuel Supply - Looks for poor feedback control in rich direction Could be O2 sensors - cat converter - or backfire caused - clear the error code and note if it recurs when a backfire or other exhaust event occurs. If a backfire or exhaust event causes the problem you need to fix the engine timing or other problem causing the back fire - a cat converter or O2 sensor can cause backfire.
you must have air leaking into the exhaust system that will cause backfire when you decelerate raw gas goes into the system