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Number 6 cylinder miss fire i replaced the injector repaced coil

There is spark and power on the injector but it keeps on throwing the code that number 6 is miss fireingi need to find out how to resolve this problem plz someone help me

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  • firstnamemic Jan 14, 2009

    there are no spark plug wires  its a 2004 not a 1974

  • bikrdude Feb 11, 2009

    i have a 2001 monte carlo and the check engine says that the second cylinder is not fireing. its getting spark and and feul is in the fuel rail.

  • Anonymous Mar 23, 2014

    Could it be the computer or a short in the code says cylinder 4 isn't firing has a miss

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The wire to plug number six is bad, allowing a spark to ground, or the plug itself is cracked, allowing the same thing. You may be able to see the sparking if you look at the wire/plug at night, in complete darkness as possible.

Or try buying a new wire set and replacing that one wire. You can return them if it doesn't do the trick.

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