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Miss Fire Cylinder "4"

Discussion in 'Technical Chat' started by Ptowntaco, Jul 7, 2011.

  1. Jul 7, 2011 at 5:56 PM
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    Ptowntaco

    Ptowntaco [OP] Camburg :)

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    Tint, Socked, Deck Plate mod, Camburg 2.5 coils, Camburg UCA, 5100's in the rear, Custom Deaver leaf pack, Micky Thomson Classic Locks, BFG KM2, CB
    Let me start off by say my truck was driving flawless this morning when I left to run to a friends house. I came back and had nothing better to do so I figured I would make use of this nice day to clean my K&N filter. I did all the steps of cleaning the filter done it 100 times lol. Let it fully dry and put it back it. Went for a quick test drive and about half way around the back my truck felt like it was running funny. So I stop and pull over and it idles like it is about to die but dosnt. At this point I took it back home and looked over all the hoses to see if I nocked one off or something. I did not find anything out of place so I hooked up a code reader and got this code "P0304 Cylinder 4 missfire"

    My question now is could there be a hose off somewhere that would throw that code? I did my spark plugs 15k miles ago so I dont think they are bad just yet. Maybe its a coincidence :notsure: and I need to change my plugs wires and I hope not the coils caus they are some coin! :eek:

    Any other ideas would be great :) my truck is my daily driver now that I sold my bike so I need to fix it ASAP.

    Thanks Bryce
     
  2. Jul 7, 2011 at 11:22 PM
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    Ptowntaco

    Ptowntaco [OP] Camburg :)

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    found the problem! :D
     
  3. Jul 7, 2011 at 11:41 PM
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    YoungTacoLover

    YoungTacoLover Well-Known Member

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    What was it?
     
  4. Jul 12, 2011 at 11:34 AM
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    SampleFool

    SampleFool Three Percenter

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    Yes, what was it a loose plug wire?
     
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