- I have a 2004 Epica LS and it misfires Cylinder #1 but I changed the spark plugs and seems to have put the coil packs int he wrong place I need a diagram that shows me what order to...
sorry about your luck in buying an Epica - or really any GM vehicle based on my experience with this piece of garbage excuse for a car. The only thing epic about this car is how much of a piece of crap it is. Its not the plugs, the coil packs, the O2 sensors, etc, etc - these cars are SUBSTANDARDLY MANUFACTURED and should never have been sold to the buying public. This is not even a GM vehicle anyway, its a crappy Daewoo disguised in Canada as a Chev and the U.S. as a Suzuki - exact same car, different logos, same P.O.S. - i could not begin to tell you the trouble i have had since making the worst mistake of my life in buying one of these 'epic' s*itboxes. Steering Link / Steering Column / O2 sensors (4 and counting) / Ignition Cylinder / Brakes (rotors / pads / calipers) / etc / etc / etc - in the 3 years i have owned this junkpile I've not gotten more than 1 years use out of it and never more than 2 consecutive months without a problem. Currently the car is sitting on the lawn because there are now so many concurrent things wrong with it that if i could afford to keep the damn thing on the road i wouldnt be driving a GM in the first place. Best of luck to you - fellow sucker. GM is laughing all the bank and couldnt give 2 craps about putting their name and reputation on the line with this "car" - NO MORE GM's FOR THIS IDIOT, and ive got a long life of buying cars ahead of me, and believe me, i tell everyone i have the chance to just what a quality vehicle GM , Chevrolet in particular, are producing. they are riding on the reputation of some decent cars they made DECADES ago. - end rant.