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92 4.0 5-spd stalled won't restart

Stalled and won't restart, all cylinders fire, starter is good, codes show- 1,2-2,1-5-5

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92 accord is throwing 1,2,7,and 8 trans codes. Acts up after car warms up, if shut car off most of time won't restart till car cools down


1 and 2 should be your oxygen sensors and 7 is throttle positioning sensor but it could be your coil pack

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Engine stalls at 30mph upon hitting accellerator, then coasts to a stop. then won't restart. starter works, engine turns over, but won't fire up. next morning car starts fine. next week...


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Firing order for 92 plymouth laser


For the 1992 Plymouth Laser:
I do not know if you have the 1.8L SOHC or 2.0L DOHC (or Turbo) In-Line 4-Cylinder Engine; however I have included both below.

For the 1.8L SOHC In-Line 4-Cylinder:
Firing Order:
1-3-4-2
Cylinders:
..........(back)...........
|...1....2....3....4...|
.........(front)
Distributor:
.....(back)
..(+)
..............1
2
.................3
...4
..............(+)
.....(front)

For the 2.0L DOHC (AND TURBO) In-Line 4-Cylinder
Firing Order:
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Ignition Connections:
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Let me know if this helped, or if you have additional information or questions. Feel Free to contact me at FixYa.com!

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Firing order on coil packs 92 lumina z34 5 spd


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Firing Order:
1-2-3-4-5-6

Cylinders:
.......(back)......
F|...1....3....5...|
A|...................|
N|...2....4....6...|
.......(front)

Ignition Coil Connections:
...............(back)
....1...4........3...6.......2...5...
.|..o...o..|..|..o...o..|..|..o...o..|
.|....O....|..|....O....|..|....O....|
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92 500sel ... #1 piston not firing. Changed injector...pulled injector wire connection...no change in rough idle. Pulled others...nearly stalled (2 cyl not firing then I guess)What is next step...harness?,...


You can go to most any autoparts store and have the codes scanned too for free that may give you codes to help point you to the right direction right away. Try checking your distributer cap and wires. You can check for continuity with a volt meter for your wires and then look under the dis. cap for any posible corrosion. Another thing is to pull that plug of the cylinders that are not firing (should be the ones that when you pull the spark plug wire no change to engine RPM is noted) see if they are black/white. Black means too much gas(rich) and white is not enough gas (lean).

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1997 Bonneville - Engine light code P0303


the code you have is for a misfire on #3 cylinder. (im sure you knew this right?). the crankshaft position sensor will not cause one individual cylinder to misfire. what i typicaly do in this scenario is switch the ignition wire off of the guilty cylinder onto a known good firing cylinder and see if misfire moves to the other cylinder. i repeat this process by switching the spark plug and finaly the fuel injector. a compression check may be in order as well (but not a likely cause) unless you have access to a tech 2 (gms diag computer) you will need to clear this code after each component is moved and see if you get a new code ie :p0304 if switched to #4 cylinder..other wise if you do have access to a computer that has a misfire chart in its features you can quickly identify the guilty component. as i side note the ignition coil may also be faulty, but i believe your vehicle has a 3.8liter meaning that it has a coil pack....switch the others i listed and see ow you make out....good luck!

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http://check-engine-light-codes.blogspot.com/2006/03/gm-1983-95-vehicles-obd1-codes-self.html

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