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Cylinder 2 misfire on a 1998 chevy blazer

I have a cylinder 2 misfire on my 1998 chevy blazer and have already changed the plugs

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    Mike Butler May 11, 2010

    How are the wires etc?

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Check your plug wires for tears and dont overlap them

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It sounds like you have the old carbon filled spark plug wires on your blazer instead of the wire ones. If I am right, then the #6 plug wire needs replaced. If not that, then go to the better spark plugs when you change them AND make sure you take a good look at the #6 plug closely to find out if you are getting either a carbon build up (which the better hotter plugs would correct) or if it is oily which might mean #6 cylinder is going to need a ring job.
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Could defintiley be. check by unplugging spark plug wires at the plugs while the engine is running to see if there is any change. if you find one that nothing happens when you take take off the wire, then that cylinder is misfiring.
to confirm its a bad wire, find a spare spark plug, disconnect the suspected broken wire from the plug in the engine, hook it to the spare plug out of the engine and crank the motor over (only for a few seconds) and see if your spark plug thats out of the engine lights up. if not you will need a new wire or spark plug.
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If you already replaced the wires, I would suggest replacing the plugs, distributor cap and rotor. They are also very important parts of the spark. Fuel injector problems can also cause misfires.

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