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Ignition wiers mis fireing

Ignition wirers misfiring

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Sounds like you have the wires not connect correct

Posted on Jul 28, 2009

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I have a misfiring only 3 and 4 cylinder a u get the engen light off then u drive it then it starts to mis got wirers and it was runny ok then i chage the vol cover gasget and all this started


When you took the valve cover off, and when you put the cover back on then the wires were probably put back in the wrong order. Get the firing order for year, make, model, and engine size. If you didn't already know the purpose of a firing order, it is for the correct firing of each cylinder as the piston reaches the top of the block,and the spark from the distributor through the wire in a controlled order ignites the fuel sending the piston down, creating combustion to make your vehicle move.
NOTE: when rechecking wires look for cracks in wires also check each wire with an ohm meter for breaks in wires, also check Distributers for cracks and wires are securely in place.

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Wont start when wet


Most likely one of the wirering harness plugs leading to the crank position sensor or the cam position sensor is getting moister in it.
These sencors are very small pulse generators, and if they get wet will prevent the pulse from being strong enough for the computor to read and prevent the ignition module from firing the plugs and also will prevent the fuel injectors from pulsing.

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2000 Nissan mis firing,, code reader shows codes: 0430; 0305; and 1320. Assuming its bank 2 cat convertor. Is this where i should start???


430 is Oxygen sensor

0305 is misfire on cylinder 5

1320 is ignition coil.

The ignition coil is causing the misfire. That is causing rich mixture which could case the oxygen sensor issue. You need to work from the ignition issue to the sensor. The reason is if you replace the cat and the engine is running rich it will heat the cat up to the point that the car might catch fire. Oxygen sensors are also prone to fail after about 60 thousand miles.

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Mulitply cyclinder mis fire


Basically this means that the the car's computer has detected that not all of the engine's cylinders are firing properly.

A misfire diagnostic code P0300 indicates a random or multiple misfire. If the last digit is a number other than zero, it corresponds to the cylinder number that is misfiring. A P0302 code, for example, would tell you cylinder number two is misfiring. Unfortunately, a random misfire code doesn't tell you specifically which cylinder(s) is/are mis-firing, nor why.

Symptoms may include the engine may be harder to start, the engine may stumble / stumble, and/or hesitate and other symptoms may also be present.

If you need this or additional details about DTC Fault Codes, feel free to contact us clicking the links.

Hope this helps and have a nice day.

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I keep getting a misfire in cyclinder 4? the car also now will not accelerate past 3000 rpm's i pulled the plugs and only 4 looks like its not firing i replaced it last week... there is no oil in the water...


The very first thing that you should do next is to take a compression reading especially the #4 cylinder, to determine if the mis-fire is caused by a mechanical problem or an electrical problem. If you are looking for an electrical problem when the problem is actually a mechanical one, you could wind up wasting a lot of money and time.

A mechanical problem that would cause a low compression mis-fire in the engine could be a burnt or bent intake or exhaust valve, a worn out or broken piston or compression ring, or even a warped cylinder head.

An electrical mis-fire would most likely be caused by a faulty ignition coil, a worn out or cracked distributor cap, worn out ignition wires, worn out spark plugs, or a faulty fuel injector.

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How can I clear the misfire on #4 cylinder code?


If you have not repaired the #4 mis-fire problem then re-setting or clearing the code will only last until the mis-fire is detected again (maybe only minutes or even seconds depending how bad the mis-fire is), and then the MIL (malfunction indicator light) will be right back on. Try changing the #4 spark plug and ignition wire first, if this does not solve the problem then there might be something more seriously wrong with your engine.

If you do not have a scanner to reset the MIL, then you can reset the MIL by dis-connecting the battery for three minutes and then re-connect the battery, and all of the data trouble codes should be cleared.

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Mis fires have changed spark plugs spark plug wires and ignition control module


Please describe miss fire? or do you mean it has a miss? cross fire occurs when plugs are firing before or after they are supposed to if it's missing then that's another issue could you please give more detail?

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Misfire on no 5


check plug to #5 injector or bad injegtor

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