Tech Tip: Misfire Causes And Tips – UnderhoodService

Tech Tip: Misfire Causes And Tips

This Tech Tip is taken directly from an AVI Live Stream presented on August 6, 2014 with Master Technician and shop owner Bill Fulton. In the Tech Tip, Fulton breaks down the most common places to look for misfires and the intermittent symptoms that may occur and also touches on fuel trim strategies.

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