Question about 1995-1997 Chevy 1500 Truck Ignition Starter Alarm Switch
Sounds like a cylinder misfire. Did any of the sparkplugs have water on them? If so, you may have a bad head gasget or cracked head. If they looked ok, a valve may be stuck open or push rod bent. Locate the missing cly by pulling the spark plug wire one at a time while the engine is running. Use insulated spark plug wire pliers. If the engine slows down, cyl is ok. If there is no change in rpm. cly bad. Do a compression check to see if ok.
If you have a inferred thermo thermometer, check the exhaust manifold as it comes out of the head by the plugs. If a cyl is colder than another by a couple hundred degrees, it is not firing.
Posted on Nov 02, 2013
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