I have a 2005 Dodge Ram 1500 5. I changed the plugs and coil packs. Most common is bad plug wire, bad spark plug or failed distributor cap. I noticed a rough idle around 700 rpm. Then go and finish the rest of the tuneup if that fixes it. Please or to join the conversation. Customer took the car to the mercedes dealer an.
The synthetic fiber of the belt can be damaged. It will end up saving a lot of money over time. If you like this solution please rate it. Recheck for other trouble codes. This is my best guess as what to check out.
The wire bundle to the resistor now needs to be jostled occasionally to make the blower work in all four speeds. The computer can also normally identify the specific cylinder in which the misfire has occurred. Remove 2 generator mounting bolts and. You can do same with the wires. I looked at the heater controls and I didn't see anything that could have to do with it.
What else would be causing the misfire? Customer brought in mustang with misfire problem. Intake leak is detected by spraying brake cleaner or carb cleaner on the parting line between manifold and head. Disconnect field wire connector at rear of generator by pushing on connector tab. I will replace the O2 sensor today. Position generator to engine and install 2 horizontal bolts and 1 vertical bolt.
Install B+ terminal eyelet to generator output stud. Is the connector for the right bank clean and secure?. I would just try to clean them the best that I can. I ran the truck and after a few miles the check engine light came back on. This code will trigger the check engine light as follows: The misfire detection monitor, a software strategy built into the computer, is designed to detect an engine misfire. Does anyone know if that could be the problem. I dont think they ever come in close proximity.
I don't know what it is that you are trying to take apart, but if it is the face plate for your stereo, there is a small screw next to the bag hanger on the passenger side of the truck. Snap field wire connector into rear of generator. All of the injectors plus the coil all get their power from the same circuit. I was told it might be the crank shaft position sensor. If necessary, check for wiring and component concerns. All 8 of the injectors have their own separate ground wires. I have had nothing but problems with my injectors.
Could be a … nything from a crack in a vaccuum line to a faulty purge solenoid. May not be related, but though better bring it up now than later if it is important. I know the 308 is for 8 and 300 is multiple misses. Remove lower mounting bracket bolt and nut. Thanks for all who helped!!!!! This could be caused by bad wiring or a bad sensor shorting in to the exhaust pipe in my experiance its usualy a bad sensor caused by a heater circuit problem but i could be wrong. I think that it was the fact of previous owners running crappy gas and running it empty all the time. Unsn … ap plastic insulator cap from B+ output terminal.
The water pump may be rotating in the wrong direction if the belt is installed incorrectly, causing the engine to overheat. Disconnect negative battery cable at battery. I replaced the plugs, wires, dist. Is that the only code? Seems to affect cyl 8 more than others. The water pump may be rotating in the wrong direction if the belt is installed incorrectly, causing the engine to overheat.
Thank You for using fixya. I am pretty sure the transmissions are different as well, they … may not bolt up the same. Could the blower motor wires have melted the injector ground wires? I'm in the process of getting those taken care of. It does idle a bit rough at times so I do believe it misfires occasionaly. Remove B+ terminal mounting nut at rear of generator. In response to your comments, the blower motor resistor wiring is inside the truck cab under the passenger side dash.
Are these original factory wires? Please or to join the conversation. Other times it feels like only half the cylinders are firing when accelerating and eventually they all kick in. Position generator to engine and install 2 mounting bolts. Remember to refer to an appropriate manual for specific instruction. Look for carbon tracks or cracks. Here is what gets me.