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New intake gaskits, and o-rings,new timing belt ,new waterpump,new spark plugs,new mapsencer.....still geting code, p1392& p1406..wont clear,

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SOURCE: it wont start and has no spark

did you check all the fuses, did you check that your ignition coil pack is good? if all this is fine and the time did not move then i think you have a bad crank position sensor

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I need to buy a new set of spark plugs do it come with intake plugs and exhaust plugs?


unfortunately spark plugs do not come with a supply of sparks
so run the fault codes to find out what is stopping the ignition system from working
could be crank/ cam position sensors , broken timing belt / chain
immobilizer or failed ignition control module

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Can code p1406 cause misfire under accellaration


Depending on the degree of "failure" of the Exhaust Gas Recirculation (EGR) valve, it can cause miss fire or low power.

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Lexusls430-when to change timing belt &waterpump


timing belt should be replace at 90000 miles and the spark plugs at 120000 miles.

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Choked and died while idling ,i try to start it again wouldnt start ,could itbe a timing belt ??


More likely it is a fuel problem. but could be a spark problem (timing belt has to do with spark) or least likely it could be the air intake. To check if you have the proper spark (coming due to a good timing belt) pull the number one spark plug and use a gapping tool (it's cheap tool but works good) to check the spark plug. If the spark plug has the correct gap then turn the key to watch if it sparks if it does't spark try a new plug if that doesn't spark you may need a timing belt. To check if it is the timing belt you do not really need to check the gap of the plug but if you already have the plug out and it is not the timing belt this information could be very useful. With more info I could probably narrow it down for you, post back if you like.

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Pajero io 1.8 water leak at the back of the cylinder head, guide me ho to fix!


Cylinder Head Removal & Installation To Remove:
  1. Remove the intake manifold.
  2. Remove the timing belt.
  3. Disconnect the exhaust pipe from the manifold.
  4. Remove the water outlet pipe and o-rings.
  5. Remove the water passage assembly.
  6. Remove the water pipe assembly.
  7. Remove the breather hose and spark plug cables from the rocker covers.
  8. Remove the rocker cover.
  9. Disconnect the camshaft position sensor connector.
  10. Loosen the cylinder head mounting bolts in 3 steps, using the reverse of the installation sequence. Lift the cylinder head assembly and remove the head gasket.
To Install:
  1. Clean the engine and cylinder head sealing surfaces.
  2. Install the new gasket on the engine with the identification mark facing up and to the front.
  3. Using 3 even steps, torque the head bolts in sequence, to 76-83 ft-lbs. (105-115 Nm). Cylinder head bolt tightening sequence 7924ug13l.gif
  4. Connect the camshaft position sensor connector.
  5. Install the rocker cover.
  6. Install the breather hose and spark plug cables from the rocker covers.
  7. Install the water pipe assembly.
  8. Install the water passage assembly.
  9. Install the water outlet pipe and o-rings.
  10. Disconnect the exhaust pipe from the manifold.
  11. Install the timing belt.
  12. Install the intake manifold.
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Oct 19, 2010 | 2001 Mitsubishi Montero

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Where would the pvc value be on a 300 chrysler 2006? also where would the spark plugs be located?


Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PVC) Valve Removal & Installation 5.7L Engine To Remove:
    1.The PCV valve is mounted into the top/right side of the intake manifold.

    2.The PCV valve is sealed to the intake manifold with two O-rings.

    3.Free the PCV valve by rotating counter-clockwise 90 degrees until the locating tabs align with the openings on the manifold.

    4.Remove the PCV valve by pulling straight up from intake manifold and clearing the tabs.

    5.Check the condition of two valve O-rings.
To Install:
  1. Clean the PCV valve opening on the intake manifold.
  2. Inspect the PCV valve O-rings. Replace if suspect.
  3. Apply engine oil to the two O-rings.
  4. Place the PCV valve into intake manifold.
  5. Rotate the valve 90 degrees clockwise for installation.
6.1L Engine To Remove:
  1. The PCV valve is threaded into the right-front corner of the intake manifold.
  2. Remove the rubber hose from the PCV valve.
  3. Unscrew the PCV valve from the intake manifold.
To Install:
  1. Clean the PCV valve opening on the intake manifold.
  2. Check the condition of the PCV valve O-ring. Replace if suspect.
  3. Check the condition of the PCV valve threads and clean if necessary.
  4. Apply engine oil to the O-ring.
  5. Install the PCV valve into intake manifold.
  6. Install the rubber hose to the PCV valve.
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The spark plugs should lead to the coil pack via a spark plug wire but may be hidden by a plastic cover.

The following details the ignition coil changing on the Chrysler 300:

2.7L Engine To Remove:
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the intake manifold.
  3. Use compressed air to clear the area around the ignition coil and spark plug.
  4. Disconnect the electrical connector from the ignition coil.
  5. Remove the two fasteners securing the ignition coil.
  6. Remove the ignition coil.
To Install:
  1. Install the ignition coil.
  2. Tighten the fasteners to 55 in-lb (6.2 Nm).
  3. Connect the electrical connector to the ignition coil.
  4. Install the intake manifold.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable.
3.5L Engine To Remove:
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Remove the intake manifold.
  3. Use compressed air to clear the area around the ignition coil and spark plug.
  4. Disconnect the electrical connector from the ignition coil. NOTE: Loosen the ignition coil fasteners by alternating back and forth. Do not lose the spacers under the coil when loosening the fasteners.
  5. Remove the two fasteners securing the ignition coil.
  6. Remove the ignition coil.
To Install:
NOTE: Tighten the ignition coil fasteners by alternating back and forth. Do not lose the spacers under the coil when installing the coil.
  1. Install the ignition coil.
  2. Tighten the fasteners to 60 in-lb (6.7 Nm).
  3. Connect the electrical connector to the ignition coil.
  4. Install the intake manifold.
  5. Connect the negative battery cable.
5.7L Engine (2005) To Remove:
NOTE: Carefully note the position of each spark plug cable before disconnecting them so they can be installed in their original positions to prevent misfire.
NOTE: The throttle body intake air duct or intake air box may need to be removed to gain access to certain ignition coils.
  1. Disconnect the electrical connector from the ignition coil.
  2. Remove the secondary ignition cable from the coil.
  3. Use compressed air to clear the area around the ignition coil.
  4. Remove the two fasteners securing the ignition coil. Bolts are retained to coil.
  5. Remove the ignition coil. Pull with a slight twisting motion to help release the boot seal with the spark plugs.
To Install:
NOTE: Apply a light film of dielectric grease to the inside of the coil boots before installation.
  1. Clean area around spark plug and coil mounting area with compressed air.
  2. Install the ignition coil.
  3. Tighten the fasteners to 105 in-lb (12 Nm).
  4. Connect the electrical connector to the ignition coil.
  5. Connect the secondary ignition cable to the coil.
  6. Install the air duct or air box if removed.
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5.7L (2006) & 6.1L Engine To Remove:
NOTE: Each ignition coil, mounted on the valve cover, fires two spark plugs at each cylinder.
  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Use compressed air to clear the area around the ignition coil and spark plug.
  3. Disconnect the electrical connector from the ignition coil.
  4. Remove the two fasteners securing the ignition coil.
  5. Remove the ignition coil. Pull with a slight twisting motion to help release the boot seal with the spark plugs.
To Install:
NOTE: Apply a light film of dielectric grease to the inside of the coil boots before installation.
  1. Install the ignition coil.
  2. Tighten the fasteners to 105 in-lb (12 Nm).
  3. Connect the electrical connector to the ignition coil.
  4. Connect the negative battery cable.
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Sep 24, 2010 | 2005 Chrysler 300

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1997 gmc savana 4.3, wont start ,has new fuel pump, new pressure regulator, new spark plugs , i cleand up the maxi ijector, looks ok no leaks,i do have spark and fuel but still wont work any ideas


only 3 things will cause this engine not to start (crank and not start) fuel, ignition, timing.
You haven't mentioned the engine cranks over or not, so I have to assume it cranks over.
Possible timing chain or the crank sensor on the timing chain. Have you checked this? you need to remove number 1 spark plug & when the piston is in the full top position on compression, remove the dist cap & see what spark plug wire the rotor is pointing to inside the dist cap. (I'm sure if you google checking for top dead center you'll find the proper procedure)

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Car wont start after over heating


Sometimes when the waterpump leaks it leaks onto the timing belt making it slippery the timing belt probably jumped a tooth, to check this purchase a compression tester unscrew a spark plugs and screw the tester into the spark plug hole, have an assistant turn the engine over for 5 seconds wright down the reading proceed to test all 4 cylinder the compression should be a minimum of 110 psi on all if one of the readings is 50 psi the timing belt must be replaced, either way you must perform a compression test to rule out a timing belt issue first.

Aug 04, 2009 | 2000 Mercury Cougar

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Car won't start


Some thing is not back together correctly. How aout the ground wires on the intake. These are a must. Check for spark and fuel. Hope this helps

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