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The Trainer: February 2011

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Uploaded By: Peter
3 years ago
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Troubleshooting the source of engine misfires is a common job for a tech. They can also be one of the more frustrating problems to diagnose.  That’s because engine misfires can be caused by so many variables. Problems in the ignition and fuel system, or weaknesses in the engine’s mechanical health can all result in a misfire code being set in the ECM.

 

            In this edition of “The Trainer”, technical editor Pete Meier partners with some of the students at the Pinellas Technical Education Center to diagnose the cause of a misfire complaint on a 2002 Ford Ranger.

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