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S type 3.0l v6 only running on 2/3 cylinders

Tonnes of electrical problems but new sparks fitted and checked to be working. car starts fine but i think now it may be a fuel problem (injectors)

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Sure its electrical myself like a coil pack or maybe evan a pick up sensor

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Why is there cylinder 2 misfire?


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Running on two cylinders


The removal of # 3 & # 4 tells you those cylinders are
contributing the most ,as removing the wire causes the motor
to stop
My guess is that the other cyl #1 & #2 are not firing at all, if there
is no change

If you had a V6 or V8 it would continue to run,not so with only
4 cylinder

Learn or study the ignition system & replace any ignition control
module that fires the first two cylinders

Get an HEI Test Spark Plug & put the plug wire to that & ground it
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I would check compression or better yet, do a cylinder leak down test.
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Today my car suddenly started to misfire. i drove it once this morning and it was fine but 6 hours later, it started acting up. once i got home, i checked the codes and read a p0302. i checked the plug...


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