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Old 05-24-2006, 07:26 PM
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Angry misfire on #3 and possible another cyl.

Dear friends,
I bought a 1995 E320.Eng. was running fine untill I wash down the Eng.with the gunk.Soon after the Engine started missing,so I check all the spark plug hole for waterand there it is full of water.So I dried them up,but still mis.I know for sure that the #3 cyl not firing all the time and The Eng. would not rev up pas 4200 rpm.I put all new spark plugs and replace all ignition wires and boots.Its been seating for Three weeks now and everything should be dry by now.
Any body run in to this kind of problem before?Thank you for your respond.

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Old 05-24-2006, 07:53 PM
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run good now?
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Old 05-24-2006, 08:13 PM
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That 124.032 chassis has a rev limiter for no load on the torque converter protection in N and P .. It will not rev past 4K until it is in gear and the car is taveling past 12mph. ..
Go down the road about 20 MPH and then try N.. it will then rev past 4K
as the ECU is now recieving a speed signal..............
You can retrieve the ignition misfire codes on that model from pin #8 with a simple led flash tool for checking any stored codes from the ECU ignition. Do a search for DIYer code tool by me...

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