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Old 03-19-2006, 16:13   #1 (permalink)
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my car wont stop running rough

hi guys
i have a ef fairmont ghia 5ltr and i just surviced it but after i suviced it, it is really running rough and i cant figure out why. i was just wondering if enyone had eny ideas o the matter

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Old 03-19-2006, 21:21   #2 (permalink)
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Check leads and plugs, check harmonic ballancer ?? The outer ring MAY shifted ?? Check TDC with wire in spark plugs hole to find piston at tdc then check mark on ballancer...Check and clean maf..To check maf.. Disconnect it and if it runs better?? Thats your problem...
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When you serviced it what did you do? Anymore than and oil change and a oil filter change?
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Old 03-22-2006, 22:23   #4 (permalink)
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ya thanks i will try those things and ya i changed the plubs and leds aswell when i did the service

thanks again guys kirka9
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Did you replace one plug and lead at a time?
if not, then you have probably got one or more out of order.

If you did them one at a time, go over them ALL to ensure that they are contacting properly.

If that fails, it is possible to have a crook lead or plug. Leads can be tested with an ohm meter. Plugs can be tested on ya lawn mower :)
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Old 03-26-2006, 15:12   #6 (permalink)
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ya thanks
and i did do them one by one i mite go and get some new spark plud and leds and try them out again because the ones i got were pretty cheap so eny way thanks again
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Ya know you may have one that hasn't seated properly! common.
Unlikely all leads in a set would be duff, but researching ANY car manual will explain how to test the leads.

It could be a duff plug even.

I wouldn't spend money on another set of leads without some testing first....but then again plenty of people other than me can afford to keep paying until it works

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