Question about 1999 Cadillac Escalade
I did a tuneup a month ago. New plugs, wires, distributer, oil change, new fuel pump and filter, new o2 sensors (all 4). After I installed everything and drove the truck for a little bit, I noticed that the engine started to missfire. I checked the wires and noticed that I installed them in incorrect order. So i fixed it and plugged them in the right cylinders but i noticed that it's still missfiring on cylinder #6. I even changed the spark plug and wires to a new one. I can't find any vaccuum leaks. Any answers? I've had enough with this truck.
Do you have a seperate coil for each spark plug check ur coil for number 6 or fuel injector
Posted on Feb 05, 2010
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