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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: hesitation at 40mph and 50 mph.
A pop and hesitation is likely a backfire. The hesitation around 40 and 50 would be in keeping with that theory. There are several reasons you might be getting backfires and hesitation. If your ECM is adjusting the engine to run too rich this could happen. Misfiring might be occuring. Timing could be out. But one of the most likely is a restricted exhaust, likely due to a plugged, damaged or worn out catalytic converter. In some cases the converter may be bad enough to be giving you some performance problems, but not yet quite bad enough to signal an error. A vacuum test can help confirm whether this is exhaust related.
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
you may have a bad ground wire up by the head lights the ground spot should be with in a foot of one or the head ligghts
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
ok means that you dont have spark plug explotion on 1 or more cylinders and that means miss fire.
Disconnect the battery like 20 or 30 min and then connect the battery again and start the car, then drive and scan again, if you have same code you can do this:
1. take off your O2 sensor and test check if there is wrong change it because maybe that is the problem of all!
2. take off your spark plugs and put new ones.
if not work... do this.
reset your ecu (like I say before)
take your ignition coil #6 and change the place with another one on the same head side.
assambly and go to test if the DTC change like hummm example: Ignition coil #4 then or any other, then you know that the problem is your ignition coil.
if not work this... do this..
take off your ignition coil from the spark plug but still plug to the harnes (the ignition that is failing) and then take the ignition coil closer to Ground (another metal) and then start the car you need to see how the elctricity (not know how to say) "energy" jumps from the coil to the graund many times
if not are any energy jump you need to do this...
check the harnes like maybe that is the problem the question here is do you have voltage in the harness?
hope this help you.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
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