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Old 12-02-2019, 02:21 PM   #6
smccloud
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Originally Posted by yarrgh View Post
These cars tend to run well on NGK spark plugs. Those E3 plugs just look like a marketing gimmick. The spark is only going to go to one of the 3 electrodes, the other 2 are simply in the way of flame propagation. I can't guarantee that these are the cause, but they could certainly contribute.

Your misfires are on cyls 1/3, which share a cam. You also mention a cam code. Might want to double check the timing.

It never hurts to check grounds for a clean connection.
I'm going to start with the easiest to do then work up, so first is plugs. I don't have a garage to work in at home so that makes things more difficult in the winter too. If the cam timing was off, would it run fine once warmed up though? Also, there were no problems until the weather got colder which is weird to me. By colder I'm talking around 40F.
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