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Misfire #6 cylinder

Discussion in 'OPEN TRUCK DISCUSSION' started by gsta86, Aug 31, 2011.

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  1. gsta86

    gsta86 I'm too LAZY to Choose a Custom Title!!!

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    wich cylinder is #6? looking at the engine? alos, bank 2 is lean, should be the same bank as cylinder #6.....leading me to believe that i got a bad fuel injector. gimmie your 2 pennies
     
  2. Kennyray

    Kennyray No Whiners, Violaters will be bitched slapped.

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    What you working on ? And what size engine ?
     
  3. Zembonez

    Zembonez живи свободно или умри

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    Yessir. We need some clues sir.
     
  4. Bigredmariner

    Bigredmariner I'm too LAZY to Choose a Custom Title!!!

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    Josh, passenger side is even numbers (2,4,6,8) and also bank #2. So if you fix your misfire you will most likely fix your lean condition.
     
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    skeet EvlRed 10 Sec Club

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    did ya fix your problem? you can try swapping coil packs on that side to see if it moves the misfire.
     
  6. OldCracker29

    OldCracker29 I've been knocked down drug out and left for dead

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