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Supra runs only on 5 cylinder - 1984 Toyota Celica Supra

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    elojensen277 May 08, 2013

    Hello dear Supra people :-)
    I once again need some advice for my car.
    My Supra, boots up fine on all 6 cylinder ... but when it reaches operating temperature ... turn it off at the last cylinder no 6 .. toward the windshield ... but when driving around 2000 rpm ... No problem .... the problem is when it is running at idle ... and by removing the spark plug is wet with petrol ..... new power caps and new spark plugs installed .... have ordered new ignition cables ... .

    So my question ..... it's cable or something else .....

    Thanks in advance.

    Elo Jensen.



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Could be misfire ;coils , plugs,wires.

Posted on May 08, 2013

Testimonial: "Ok thank you very much ..... I will start to check this you mention ..... but just do not understand that when the engine is cold no problem .... but when it reaches operating temperature ... turn it off on a cylinder .... but as you mention maybe coil .... so I'll see what I can order ..... Thank you again."


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