How to Check the Engine Cylinder for a Misfire?

Answer Engines need to fire on all cylinders for smooth operation and optimum performance. A number of reasons account for a cylinder miss, or multiple cylinder misses. The cylinders require a measured am... Read More »

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How to Check an Engine Misfire?

When your car runs rough, it's usually something simple. You can check the most obvious things without taking your car to a mechanic. When your engine misfires, it doesn't have to be a mystery. You... Read More »

How to Check the Oil Pressure in a Four Cylinder Engine?

The oil pressure in a four-cylinder engine varies between 40 and 80 psi, depending upon the specific make and model of engine. The powertrain control module (PCM) uses an oil pressure sensor to act... Read More »

What is a cylinder misfire in a car?

An engine misfire in a car is exactly what the name implies. It's when one or more of the engine's cylinders is not firing as it should, resulting in power loss, rough driving and ignition difficul... Read More »

How to Fix a Plymouth Neon Cylinder Misfire?

Several problems may cause your Plymouth Neon cylinders to misfire. The problem could be located in the ignition secondary system, carburetor, fuel injection or even the exhaust gas recirculation (... Read More »