oh well, I did not even think about that, but then again I've had to replace that shit many times.. but normaly u hear it on how the exaust sounds and if its over pressure in the engine
A sensor would trigger a engine lamp. Check hoses, missfire logs if you have a obd reader and basic stuff. U might aswell just have broken something that was weakened from the last error. Also try to reset the car ecu ( unplug battery for aroud 5 min or unplug the battery and turn on the light to park after doing so)
and ofc if it was only a code, its no biggie if it ran smooth. every car have some missfires sometimes (shit in the fuel, air humidity and so on)
Oh its nearly impossible to see if the sparkplugg wires are bad or not, u can test them one by one, but that might be bad for some coils.
I was mostly questioning your conclusion. Its my job remember? ^^ It could have been the ECU, wiring to the coil(ground) or a mechanical failure in the engine causing lack of compression.
Good that it didnt come back up. Try to push the car when the weather allows it to be sure its okey.
It keep coming up with the code after the coil swap? What car is it btw? and is it separate coils?
I'd be sure the missfire was caused by the coil before replacing it, but if it worked without the problem coming back within a few miles of rough driving it should be the right fix I guess.
Do yer car have a spark?
I miss your soothing touch... on a serious note, whats up bro haven't spoken in a while?
You working? Getting married anytime soon? If so I wan't an invite.
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