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You have to play with the accelarator fuel filters has been cleaned new plugs installed .car was standing for acouple of months

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It sounds like you need to replace the spark plug wires. Do them one at a time and match each wire to the old one as you go. The firing order of the engine is 1-3-4-2

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1.3 1998 ford fiesta runs fine on tick over but missfires when under accelaration

usually a secondary ignition problem(coil pack, spark plug cables).

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How to change the oil in your car

Attention: Read each step completely before you begin that task. Tools Required:
#1: Oil filter wrench or pliers
#2: Small wrench and sockets (Metric sizes for import cars)
#3: Oil collection device (pan or bucket)
#4: Funnel
#5: Cloth rag or paper towels
#6: Jack and stands or ramps
Supplies Required:
-Correct amount and type of oil, and thrust washer if necessary
-Correct oil filter
Step 1: Determine the correct oil type, oil filter type and size, and amount of motor oil for your car. (Information found in owner's manual)
Step 2: Park your car on level ground and turn off the engine.
Step 3: Locate the engine and make the oil pan accessible. (With the use of jack and stands or ramps) Tool #6 required.
Step 4: Remove oil cap. (Located on top on engine)
Step 5: Loosen oil drain plug. Collect oil when draining and dispose of properly. (Located on oil pan which is attached to the bottom of engine block, directly below oil cap)
Tool #2and 3 required
Caution: Oil will start to drain and may be hot
Step 6: Once completely drained (a slow drip), replace oil plug. Install new thrust washer with oil drain plug if necessary. Do not over tighten.
Tool #2 required
kormega_14.jpg Step 7: Loosen oil filter. Collect oil when draining and dispose of properly. (Attached to the side or bottom of engine)
Tool # 1 and 3 required
Caution: Oil will start to drain and may be hot
kormega_15.jpg Step 8: Install new oil filter hand tight. Lube the rubber O-ring on oil filter with motor oil, and make sure the O-ring from the old filter is not still on the oil filter connector.
kormega_16.jpgkormega_17.jpg Step 9: Pour correct amount of new motor oil into engine.
Tool#4 required
kormega_0.png Step 10: Check for oil leaks from drain plug or oil filter.
kormega_18.jpg Step 11: Turn on engine and continue to check for leaks. Tighten oil drain plug or oil filter if necessary.
Step 12: Turn off engine and check oil dip stick to see if the right amount of oil has been added. After removing oil dip stick, wipe clean with rag or paper towel. Reinstall oil dip stick and then remove again to see correct oil level. Then Reinstall oil dip stick again.
Tool #5 required
kormega_19.jpgkormega_20.jpg Step 13: Lower vehicle from jack and stands or ramps.
Step 14: Record the mileage of the car for future reference. (Motor oil should be replaced about every 3 months or 3,000 miles)kormega_21.jpg

on May 03, 2011 | Nissan Maxima Cars & Trucks

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Car has rough idel when in park or at a stand still, seems like its not accelarate from a stand still it seems as if the engine is bout to fall completely off its mounts. i replaced the plugs and the fuel...


It sounds like an air issue, I would bet on it being the air mass sensor also known as the MAF sensor, very common on any modern car. This regualtes the air to fuel mix and if faulty the car will behave irratically.

You can ofetn clean the air mass sensor with carb cleaner, this part is located on the cars air system, you should be able to see a wire coming from one of the pipes with a plug on the end, remove the part and clean, but do not touch it directly and do not dry it. let to dry naturally.

Hope this helps
If you need more specific information please get back to me

Jan 04, 2011 | 1995 Honda Odyssey

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I have a 2004 5 series 530I automatic. It misses when accelarating especially at low revs. The plugs are brand new, can anyone tell me whats wrong.

check the continuity of your plug wires and cap/ rotor contacts if applicable. Dirty injectors are also a possibility. A shop computer diagnostic would be a worthwhile investment to prevent further problems. Basics like fuel & air filters and clean throttlebody/ mass air flow sensor can all be contributing factors...Also check for leaking injector o-rings at intake manifold and fuel rail...

Oct 02, 2010 | BMW 530 Cars & Trucks

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I need to change my oil

Actually, your oil filter is a little harder to do than this. The oil filter is not a traditional American type. You will find a metal skid plate or shroud underneath the car that will have to come off first. The filter is one of the paper cartridge types where you remove this metal cylinder, discard the old paper cartridge, and put the new paper cartridge in the metal cylinder and reattach the metal cylinder. I have an ES 350 and its not as easy as the other responder suggested.

Apr 06, 2010 | 2007 Lexus ES 350

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Having problems when accelarating

me all the normal tune up stuff, fuel filter, spark plugs, throttle body cleaning etc...

Nov 30, 2009 | 2002 GMC Sierra

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2001 BMW 740iL is sputtering when I accelarate and shaky when idl

A tune-up and throttle body clean-up is a good idea, but mind you on those cars, the valve covers usually leak into the spark plugs and coils, causing the car to misfire. If you are replacing the plugs and find them soaked in oil; replace your valve cover gaskets or you will be back to the same problem soon after the oil soaks the new plugs back up again.

Jul 22, 2009 | 2006 BMW 750Li

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