Re: [DML] Misfire
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Re: [DML] Misfire



Did your car get wet recently?  A simple check would be to look in the spark
plug wells under the boots to see if any water is in any of them.

I had this problem at one time, and it was an easy fix with an air
compressor.

Johnny
5518
AZ-D


On 3/10/06, Paul <willinot@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
> I was out driving today and as the day went on I noticed a sort of misfire
> around 3500 revs under acceleration.  At first I thought it was dirt in
> the
> fuel but ruled out that one when I noticed it happening regularly under
> acceleration and at 3500 revs.  I also thought it may be off a cylinder.
>
> Any other suggestions.
>
> Paul
> #2493
> Belfast
>
> Ps: re door adjustment.
>
> My passenger door has been playing up since yesterday and wont open.  I
> can
> adjust the rear catch to open ok but the front one will not release as
> easily.
>
> Cheers.
>
>


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