Thanks bro. I won't be near my car until next week, but when I get the chance I'll try it out.
Question: If it is the wires that are crossed, or a misfire in general, wouldn't it pulsate or idle rough even after warming up? Wouldn't the car's performance also lack in horsepower? When I first started it up the idle sounded way off and rough so I switched a couple spark plug wires and it smoothened out. A minute after switching the plug wires the rythmic pulsating stopped. I've barely put 3000 miles on the swapped engine and I took the car to 120 mph farely well (I installed a cold air intake and racing clutch as well). I'm not saying that you're not right, cuz I'm gonna try the plug wires as soon as I can, but that's just a question that popped into my head. If it is a misfire, wouldn't it misfire all the time? Or, is it such a slight misfire that the car only seems to perform just fine?[/Quote:a5d5086f4e]
Make sure that the firing order its correct sometimes the ECU compensate the "weak" engine and this could be the case.
Let us Know on the firing order.
Friday, November 16th, 2007 AT 2:38 PM