Question about 2004 Chevrolet Malibu
Have you checked you ignition module? Typically, this is the main problem on these cars. If it's fine, then the CKP or CMP sensors are probably faulty. Check the refernce signal to both sensors (Crank Sensor and Cam Sensor) and if you find they both have good signal, have them checked with a schematic and flow chart to see if they are faulty. Next major cause and common as well, is the injectors not closing correctly, however, this typically leaves a lean or rich condition and not just a random misfire.
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Posted on Sep 12, 2009
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