A dirty engine as the result of carbon deposits is the new threat to vehicle performance. If you are interested in buying a lot of 5 or more of these plates, send me an email for prices. If the valve has any melted or gasket debris materials on the base of the gasket case, clean these up with a plastic scraper. Dec 02, 2009 check intake for vaccum leaks,the gasket also and egr valve, thats alot of parts to have replaced without diagnosing first, if there are no fuel leaks and you said all injectors were replaced then you have a defective fuel pump, also these engines had misfire problem because of dirty injector but you replaced them so count that out. If the engine is equipped with a timing belt, it should be replaced, as well as other related components. Even if you have all of the skills required, you're probably still going to need a helper for at least some of the individual procedures.
If not you may be looking at a valve job. If the valve stem does not move, the valve may be faulty. Most of the tests that you're about to perform have to be done with the connector connected to its component. After you have drawn in the contents shut engine off and let it soak for about 45 minutes then crank it back up and let it run until it clears. The valve is most likly dirty or sticking causing the exhaust gasses to enter the intake manifold and causing the missfire. Locate the valve, which typically looks like a small mushroom head or flat obtrusion from the intake system. If it's bad, screw in a replacement and replace the hose.
Only got 28k - its gettin mighty close though. Clean the unit and test again. If you are looking for better engine protection and are not worried about the minuscule loss in fuel efficiency use the 30 weight oil. They all function in the exact same manner. Ditto for the clutch assembly and flywheel, if so equipped. If you're not replacing the valve, simply install the old one back into place.
It is very important that this is done before any attempts are made to lift the engine assembly from its installed position. If they're in better condition than the old components, use them; and save the money that would have been spent on new ones. Who is doing the work on your veh? This feeds exhaust products back into the internal combustion system in order to lower the temperature at which combustion occurs. I would try that first as a crack in the insulator even hairline will cause mis-fires. I am unsure that you read my full post.
Sometimes apparent discrepancies in these details can be corrected easily simply by transferring the old part s to the good used engine. First of all, the engine will make unusual sounds while idling. This would especially include draining coolant from the engine block, via the block drain plugs-unless they're just too inaccessible. Finally, the fuel economy of the car will go down considerably. Since these factors seem to change by the inch, it's not a bad idea to have that hawkeyed assistant of yours observing from the opposite side that you are working on. Changed fuel filter, did nothing.
Additionally, lack of vacuum pressure may indicate a clogged vacuum line or faulty solenoid. This helps with engine idling problems. Puedes encontrar este tutorial en Español aquí: at: autotecnico-online. As one example, the best time to take care of any potential or perceived problems with the replacement engine and related components is before you begin installing it. Slide the vacuum hose off the valve and unscrew the valve. The radiator should be pressure- and flow-tested.
Melvin Udall: Never, never, interrupt me, okay? Had new gas about the time it all started. Car companies love to claim they have the most fuel efficient vehicles. Second, the engine may be more likely to stall. The crankshaft rear main seal is easy to replace now-much tougher to do later. Not if there's a fire, not even if you hear the sound of a thud from my home and one week later there's a smell coming from there that can only be a decaying human body and you have to hold a hanky to your face because the stench is so thick that you think you're going to faint.