Question about Dodge Ram 1500
This can be a few things first try switching the plug to see if the misfire moves with the plug, if it does then bad plug. next if it doesnt move then go to sparkplug wire and do the same, most of the time its tune up related but if moving wire doesnt change misfire then the next step is compression test to make sure you have compression in that cylinder, if compression is good then the next step is move the injector and see if misfire follows, this is a good way to diagnose without spending money thats not needed to be spent, so start with these test its got tobe one of these things. hope this helps.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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