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Old 11-26-2009, 12:13 AM
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Hi all, does anyone have a picture of the cylinder layout I need to know which cylinder is number 4
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If your standing in front of car, the bank closest to the radiator(bank two) from the left side of the engine(belt side) goes 2,4,6. So cylinder number 4 is the center spark plug. The bank closest to the fire wall is bank one. Starting from the left side(belt side) goes 1,3,5. All see if I can dig up a picture. Also note on a 3.5 v6 bank two are coil overs an bank one are spark plug wires.
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I am getting a #4 cylinder misfire OBDII code I have 96 K on the car and I was going to work this soon when the miles hits 100K but when it gets wet outside usually after a driving rain the car runs like crap missing and the number 4 code gets registered after the check engine lite comes on.I had to use a code reader to clear the code so I want to look at it now just needed to know if I have to buy a plenum gasget to get at #4
I don't need a picture I searched thru the manual but couldn't find a diagram with the timing layout.
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To get to number four you will not need to remove the plenum. But from what your saying your probably going to need a coil. Im guessing you will find the boot on the coil tracking. If I was you I would replace all spark plugs an wires an replace that number four coil.
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I swapped the # 4 with the # 6 to see if code says # 6 misfire. I was also getting a P0430 code for catalyt fault I hope that was due to a crappy mixture when the plug was misfiring
will let you know how it turns out Jeff
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Here is a pdf I created with the cylinder numbers thanks for the info you provided.
I have not had a problem since I cleared the codes and swapped the # 4 and # 6 coils the plug wire for the number 4 was not fully seated in the coil.
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Great picture! Thank you for posting back! Glad you havent had anymore problems! I saved your file as a .jpg so we can view it in your post! Again Thank you! This will be very helpful for many users!
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I spoke too soon the 0430 code is back, got any suggestions, I am going to start reading up on the trouble shooting tomorrow and see what I can find out
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