Have a 2003 nissan sentra se-r spec v 2.5L
have spark at plugs wet plugs (fuel pump
working) and no fire??? In addition the
motor is losing oil but not in any visible
areas.... noticed it kinda losing power (
almost like tranny slipping) the evening
prior to the problem.
Uhhh, if you have spark then you have fire. You likely need to measure the fuel pressure. Also is the check engine light on?
While checking the fuel pressure you want to see if you have leaking injectors...
I have a cel light for o2 but by no fire I mean no combustion I was thinking cycle but
CSS (crankshaft sensor) sorry
By no fire you mean it is not starting and running? Not trying to pick on you....
So it was fouled out plugs changed the plugs...changed plugs drove the car about 1-2 miles to local target came out of the store and cylinder 4 had a misfire within a hour... what would cause a plug to foul out that fast .... a person was saying something about a positive back flow exhaust ...and by the way I'm a certified autobody/paint tech not a motor guy!
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