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Old June 8th, 2011, 09:06 PM
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Exclamation 1995 F150 Misfire

OK now Im pissed! Sure enough the day after KLITCH posts about his misfiring, what happens to me!!!!!

OK so as it stands, radiator is leaking, causing truck to get hot quick... it's over 90 degrees out by the way!

The header is leaking... very annoying and a PIA to swap the gasket!

Truck was custom tuned and well, THE TUNE SUCKS! Have to go back and have the guy fix it...

I think it's time for a HYBID.

Ok, I'm done venting for now...

First I will start by changing the plugs, then the wires... hopefully it's nothing more than the spark plugs, by the way the plugs are E3 and not even a full year old...




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Come on nine fix the cooling problem first ...
Then go after the mis fire
do u have a ohm meter if so check wires then plugs
the truck is worth your time fix the header leak
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New radiator shipped out already, should have it next week.

The next plan was to install the long tube headers and redo the exhaust... true duals!

First thing I'm gonna do is pull all the boots off the plugs then push them back on and take her for a spin... hopefully a plug got loose! (doubt it though)




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OK swapped out all my plugs... first goal was to just swap out the bad one BUT SURE ENOUGH out of the 8 I pulled, the 7th one was the bad one! Truck is running like a champ now!

Waiting on radiator to come in... then redo exhaust. After that, it's a toss up between lift or trans.




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What about a SAS? Thought you had one of those started
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The lift would be the SAS.




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how did the rest of the plugs look compared to the bad one
could there be an issue with the valve train, ignition, or fuel delivery to that cylinder
hopefully it was just a bad plug


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JS, the plugs were E3 plugs and under a year old... all were pretty good. The gapping was a little off on some of them, nothing major, also the body of one was cracked. Now the bad one was pretty toasty and had wet gas on it.




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JS, the plugs were E3 plugs and under a year old... all were pretty good. The gapping was a little off on some of them, nothing major, also the body of one was cracked. Now the bad one was pretty toasty and had wet gas on it.
good to know ya got it running ok

wonder why the one was cracked

and the bad one, well I would expect it to be wet if its not fireing
I would have to pull that one again to see how it looks; and check to make sure the wet was not oil


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It was fuel. I smelled it.






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