One of the most common problems for a misfire on these models are faulty ignition coils. You need to make sure there's good spark and fuel (faulty injector?); sometimes the problem is in the circuit for the injector. Download the trouble code and get an opinion from a reputable car shop.
Our 2013 Honda Pilot was saying “check fuel cap” for a few days, so we kept trying to tighten it. Eventually the engine light came on a week later. We replaced the fuel cap with a new one purchased from Honda. The engine light is still on and it was replaced 2 days ago. Does the system need time to reboot itself or should we be getting the car looked at?
I just replaced my 1970 mustang's 302 valve covers, intake manifold and upgraded from 2 barrel to 4 barrel carburetor. In doing so, I had to lift the distributor up a bit in order to install the manifold. Would that throw the timing off? The engine cranks and puffs and seems to want to start but simply won't. Any thoughts?
I have a 1995 Ford Taurus GL Station Wagon. The temperature used to run about the middle of normal. Recently it rose to the L in normal and I had flushed the system, changed both temperature sensors and the control module over the center of the radiator, the radiator fan and the circuit breaker to the fan. I replaced the radiator about 3 months earlier. The only other thing I never replaced is the water pump?
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