the cars runs but i have a mis-fire code P0300
the car runs but i have a code P0300 AND i have an overheating issue. i think i might have a bad thermostat, im going to look into that issue tomorrow.
as far as the P0300 i think im going to change the plugs tomorrow. when i was having all those no spark problems the car got flooded pretty bad. i changed the oil and there was probably several quarts of gasoline in the oil from the engine cranking with no spark as the injectors were still firing. i did not run or drive the car with that oil, i changed it when i re-installed the water pump.
i have replaced the opti (delphi), coil, and ignition module (was replaced today when i had interment starting and stalling with all proper voltages present.
the car starts and runs but i still have some issues. i think the plugs have to go, if there was that much gas in the oil then the plugs are probably screwed as well.
i was wondering if i could use NGK V-power plugs. they are fairly cheap with a discount i can get a set of 8 for $14, i am starting to run into a budget. are these at least an acceptable plug. if i dont go with those i will buy a set of delco cooper core plugs. how difficult are plugs to replace in 4th gens? i have heard the wires suck, but i dont imagine the plugs are that bad. i think the biggest pain with the wires would be on the opti side
i still have to buy two tires. im going with a pair for cooper zeon ZTP tires, i had them on my third gen and they always held the road well.