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Number 4 cyl misfire code and had a map sensor circut low code

Replaced map sensor,sprk plug,plug wire,coil and had icm test 8 times in a row. Is there some kind of fuse if something shorted? There are wires that lead to the icm that the serp belt was apparently rubbing on. I can see copper on the light blue with white stripe one and on a black one with a thin white stripe. They are not touching each other and no strands r broken. It was dragging a cylinder a couple weeeks ago but then ran fine a couple days later. Now its been doing it for a week. I also tried injector cleaner first. I layed the plug on the engine and ran it and didnt see a spark.

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  • garrett_herz Jan 06, 2009

    Not the sollution. already replaced that. I stated that in my initial post. i remedied the situation. thank you anyway.

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If you got no spark coming from cyl 4 ignition coil might be defective or ignition module

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  • pierre laplante Jan 06, 2009

    to do a quick test mark the wire and change coil position if the coil number 4 is still not firing change that coil if you got another coil that not firing its our ignition module that gone pierre

  • pierre laplante Jan 06, 2009

    and seal does wire

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I would try to get those wires sealed because the current can still travel beetween then and cause mise fires on an alternative pole hope this could help you.

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Bad spark plug wire... quick test for it is to swap another spark plug wire in it's place.

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