Question about 2004 Isuzu Rodeo
No. The ignition coils most of the time when you get a misfire, are not the problem. Most of the time it is the plugs, or wires. Usually when a coil goes out then it is out. Or will quit firing when the engine is warm. Then fire again when the engine cools off. Make sure that your plug wires are all seated good. A misfire is not a huge deal. It won't hurt the engine what so ever to misfire a cylinder every once in a while. So it is very safe to drive the Rodeo to work.
Posted on Oct 03, 2010
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