Okay, no problem. This site is for everyone which is why I stated you can just let me know if you need more assistance. Obviously we do not know the skill level of every poster so I go by what the poster has stated and how it was worded.
Anyways, so basically a mutiple misfire can be multiple things. It can be a vacuum leak in the engine compartment, timing could be off a little, all clyinders may not have proper compression, faulty/clogged fuel injectors, faulty wiring . And the list does go on as shown in previous post. If you do not have any tools such as a fuel pressure gauge or compression gauge then you can't really perform the proper diagnostic procedures for a multiple misfire engine. You can visually inspect the vacuum hoses and other components such as timing belt/chain to ensure that they are good.
Hope this helps. And thanks for the FYI
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Thursday, January 15th, 2009 AT 12:43 PM