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2004crv ex check engine light on\r\nmiss fire

2004crv ex check engine light on miss fire random cylinder 1
most of the time cylinder 3
ireplaced all the spark plug put k44 bg product fuel injector cleaner i turned off the check engine light with the scaner when i put the press the pedal for gas check engine light on and of i tested the ignition coil as well the all work good what do you think it is

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  • ajoel122094 Jul 23, 2009

    please tell me about the injector with the screw driver should i try that with ignition on or off more an cause miss firedetail,i tested the compretion and spark ok.an o ring c

  • ajoel122094 Jul 23, 2009

    I HAVE TRIED EVRYTHING FUEL INJ OK,IGNI COIL OK, NEW SPAK PLUG.STILL CHECK ENGINE ON ALL 4 CYLINDER COMES RANDOM MISS FIRE, I ALSO CHECKED COMPRETION TEST OK WHAT ELSE I SHOULD LOOK AT

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More than likely you have a failed fuel injector. Place a screwdriver on each injector and up to your ear and listen for the working "click". If it clicks I would perform a compression check next, then verify spark. If the above checks out swap the injector and see if the problem follows. You will need new o-ring seals to do this. Let me know how this works out.


Benjamin

Posted on Jul 23, 2009

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Jul 23, 2009

    make sure it is on, won't be clicking otherwise

  • Benjamin Patri
    Benjamin Patri Jul 23, 2009

    Timing may be off then. Check the timing belt in case it may have skipped a tooth on a gear.

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