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This is a discussion on Misfire Cyl 1 and 3, don't know where to start within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; yes as you know for the love of god don't drive the car..as you know the only reason the CEL ...

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    Registered User EvoEatr's Avatar
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    yes as you know for the love of god don't drive the car..as you know the only reason the CEL will flash is when there is enough unburnt fuel getting to your exhaust for it to catch fire/blow. and obviously if the PDI connectors are plugged together....

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    ill check those connectors but ive never touched those yet, could it be a ground?
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    can you actually feel/hear the car misfiring at 4500 RPM? It only does it at this RPM?

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    I can feel it big time, it misfires so bad it wont go past 5000k
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