I have a 1998 Dodge Avenger and it seems to misfire at randon--when i'm idling or accelerating--i have already replaced the distributor coil and spark plugs, but the comp says it's fuel injector #5--so i bought a new one--now it says it's still #5 and #4--what is going on--Help!!
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
When asking this type of question you should always give
us the most info you can. Engine size and type is most important.
First thing I would try swapping injector with a cyl. that is not misfiring and see if the miss fire moves. If it does its and injector problem. If not check you distributor the tower under the cap were common for cracking causing erroneous misfires. You can
also check out this site for great tips or TSB's.
HTH Good luck!
- Anonymous1 decade ago
did you bleed the injectors,after you replaced them.whenever you have to do work on any of the fuel system,you got to get the air out of it.see if theres a bleeder on the rail,if there is 1 then bleed the rail.it looks like a valve core.
- 1 decade ago
problem may be the wires to the injector