Question about 1999 Honda Accord
Did the spark plug POP and fly out or did it just unscrew itself and worked until loose and then was loose enough to be blown out during a compression stroke? being attached to the spark plug wires helps keep from unscrewing...so im a little nervous...you might have had a nasty misfire in that cylinder and did some damage...return the spark plug and wire to its proper spot. and take the cable off the negative side of the battery for about a minute...to reset the computer....then re-attach and try to start and drive it. if the problem persists...do a trouble code check on it with an auto-parts store (most do this service for free hoping you will buy their replacement parts from them after they find the problem)
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
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