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Hello, I have a Honda Civic of year 1999. A trouble code 74 has been diagnosed. It is a misfire on the 4th cylinder. Can you please tell me how to fix same.

the misfire on a particular cylinder can be from several reasons
1--- mechanical--burnt valves , loose valve seat insert , hydraulic tappet holding valve open===run a compression test to eliminate mechanical faults
2-- electronic
faulty injector, faulty injector tip( blocked) faulty injector wiring, plug, ht lead --ecm
cracked insulation in distributor cap or coil housing
moving a faulty injector to another position will move the miss or simply replace it with a known good unit

May 09, 2016 | Honda Cars & Trucks

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What is the compression for a mazda 1989 b220 0 133.0 engine

good engine condition 155 lbs/sq inch to 165 lbs/sq inch( dry)
no more than 10% variation between cylinders
compression readings of around 120 wet indicate a worn engine

May 19, 2015 | 1989 Mazda B-Series

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Radiator replacement now car wont start

wont crank fast
or cranks ok but wont start.
you must have knocked something loose. a wire or connector.
check carefully.
unless the reason for new parts, was overheating. DID IT?
if yes, compression test is next.
the 3 majors: are
  1. compression over 150psi.
  2. spark on all cylinders
  3. and fueling correct.
1,2,3, on all gas engines. in that order too.
going backwards while fun? is fail.

Feb 19, 2014 | 1997 Honda Accord

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Number of turns of honda tmx 155 source coil

using the formula P= E x I will guide you to use the next formulas:
2. Voltage and Turns in Coil:
Voltage (p) x Turns (s) = Voltage (s) x Turns (p)
or Ep x Ts = Es x Ip

A. Ep = Es x Ip

B. Ts = Es x Tp

C. Tp = Ep x Ts

D. Es = Ep x Ts

3. Amperes and Turns in Coil:
Amperes (p) x Turns (p) = Amperes (s) x Turns (s)
or Ip x Tp = Is x Ts

A. Ip = Is x Ts

B. Tp = Is x Ts

C. Ts = Ip x Tp

D. Is = Ip x Tp

God bless you

Jul 01, 2012 | Cars & Trucks

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Show me how to tunne up the honda tmx

Are you refering to a engine service or to what i call a tune up and thats to make it go a lot faster than it was designed too ,if its the later then buy a jaguar or a american muscle car thats designed to handle the performance and stop again although they do seem to suffer from corners unlike euroepon muscle cars (top gear comparison mercV dodge corvette)But all snide comment and hints at my american cousins is purely a british thing ,like my grandmother used to say over paid ,over ***** and over here but they do seem to have lost their sense of humour at times.TMX is one of them fancy over revving japanese cars they use for drifting like the nissan skyliner and the toyota thingy as well if iam not mistaken .

Feb 10, 2012 | Honda Cars & Trucks

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Getting a code of misfire on cylinder 2, Bank 1 and lean code

Have you tried replacing the throttle positioning sensor?

Nov 09, 2009 | 2001 Ford Taurus

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Honda tmx problem

if the noise is coming out from the crank case then it could be bearings warned out you may need to over haul the engine

Jul 20, 2009 | 1992 Honda Accord

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Intermitant mis now full time

intake gaskets may be bad vacume leakl.

Mar 10, 2009 | 1993 Toyota T100

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High compression in 1 cylinder of a 170 ci. 40 psi high.


Per the Ford manual, the acceptable range is 155-195 PSI. It sounds to me like you don't have a compression issue with this engine (without knowing the exact readings for each cylinder). Normally one cylinder being higher than the others, but still within spec, would not concern me a lot. Had one been much lower, then I think that might be cause for concern. There could be many reasons for the one hole being higher. If the engine hasn't been rebuilt in a long time, there could be carbon deposits in the compression chamber. There are many chemical fixes for this availble at your local parts store. If the engine is running fine with no pinging or detonation, I'd just continue to enjoy your classic ride (I own a 1971 Challenger converitble with a 440-6 pack, so I understand the joy of a classic car!).

Good luck and please let me know if this helps!


Oct 10, 2008 | 1965 Ford Mustang

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