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This is a discussion on missfire within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; ok i have an 05 wrx stage 2.i pumped gas into it about a month ago and it started acting ...

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    ok i have an 05 wrx stage 2.i pumped gas into it about a month ago and it started acting funny almost instantly.it says all cylinder missfire. ive replaced the plugs checked the injectors cleaned the maf. checked all the coilpacks,and everything seemed to be fine but it is running horrible...so today i did a compression test on it today and the too cylinders on the drivers side have good compression,about 150 psi,however the to on the passenger side have extremely low compression.they are both about 75 psi.i have tried everything and now i have no idea what to do or how to go about fixing it,,,cam position sensor maybe?any advice would be extremely helpfull thank you..

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    How many miles are on this vehicle? Has it had a rough life? If you have low compression it is something mechanical...I would do a leak down test and listen at the air intake,exhast, oil fill neck and radiator... That will def. narrow things down... The cam sensor has to do with fuel timing plus is a sensor (electrical).. low compression (mechanical)...

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    Quote Originally Posted by dubrx05 View Post
    ok i have an 05 wrx stage 2.i pumped gas into it about a month ago and it started acting funny almost instantly.it says all cylinder missfire. ive replaced the plugs checked the injectors cleaned the maf. checked all the coilpacks,and everything seemed to be fine but it is running horrible...so today i did a compression test on it today and the too cylinders on the drivers side have good compression,about 150 psi,however the to on the passenger side have extremely low compression.they are both about 75 psi.i have tried everything and now i have no idea what to do or how to go about fixing it,,,cam position sensor maybe?any advice would be extremely helpfull thank you..
    hey what type of gas did you put in your car cause when you are running stage 2 map from cobb you should only use 91 octane or higher prefferably 93 octane

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