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Cylinder #2 is the the second spark plug counting from the right to left.
EX.Below are spark plug on engine
' (oil cap) '
' (4) (3) (2) (1) '
Your misfire can be cause by couple of things but the cheapest way that you can try to fix your car is to do a tune up by replacing:
1)all spark plugs
2)do a oil change
3)spark plug wires
3)distributor cap and rotor
note misfire can be cause by:
2.spark plug and/or wire
3.distributor cap and/or rotor
8.bad wiring(power, ground or feed line)
Follow the lower radiator hose to the engine. The place where the hose mates the engine is the thermostat housing, and of course, the thermostat is inside it. Another reason for rapid temperature increase is that the electric radiator fans are not turning on when the engine reaches normal operating temperature.
Its alot of work, depending how knowledgeable you are in the this field its not impossible but the head has to be removed completely to replace gasket. I would recommend sending head to a machine shop to be machined and check for warpage or faults like crack etc. I would also recommend changing all seals in timing are along with the belts and the water pump and when you are done you should have a pretty new engine. Contact if you need more help and Good Luck. Thanks for using FIX YA