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Author Topic: Misfire issue  (Read 2116 times)
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« on: March 05, 2010, 11:12:14 AM »

I'm having and have been having a misfire issue with my tek. 

Reading the misfire it's a real large amount in the number 5 cylinder and a a smaller but still significant amount in 2 and 6 (if i remember right).
Did plugs and wires no change, next step i was going to go to is coil packs.

Does anyone with a shop manual know the correct resistances to test the leads at?
Also the correct process?

Anyone else have any suggestions regarding this?  I don't know of/couldn't find if this is a common problem somewhere.

90k on body, 60k on motor.


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« Reply #1 on: March 23, 2010, 12:48:17 PM »

My 03 with 70K miles has just started doing this. It runs really really rough on start up, almost to the point of dying, then once it gets going it is okay.   Autotap shows massive misfires on cyl 5 and a few on 6 and 2.  I was about to buy new plugs and wires but wondering if I should now after reading your post.   

How hard is it to change the spark plugs? 
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