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Number 4 cylinder not firing

2001 6 cylinder

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Do you have engine trouble code that tells for cylinder 4 misfiring?

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Use baby powder around spark plug boots. After all it keeps babies butts dry.

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SOURCE: My santafe 2001 4 cylinders is firing on two

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Check the ignition coil pack.

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Posted on Jan 31, 2010

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SOURCE: What does miss fire on #4 cylinder mean. My engine

Should be the plug wire, I had the same problem here, I took a wire from another car just to check it and sure enough, it was the plug wires, Just replace the whole set and keep a couple for spares. Hope this helps.

Posted on Oct 11, 2010

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SOURCE: 2003 nissan altima is only firing on number 3 and

  • Please tell me what is your indicator that only two of four cylinders are firing? This will help me helps you better. Also include any testing you have done at all.

  • Check your firing order real quick too.





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