What Causes an Engine Cylinder Misfire?

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An engine cylinder misfiring can happen because if the spark, air filter or internal combustion are missing or occur at an incorrect time, the cylinder can misfire. The timing belt is also a part of of an internal combustion engine that controls the timing of the engine's valves.
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A malfunctioning crank position sensor may throw off engine timing resulting in piston irregularity and impact performance. The manifestation of that problem could be in engine backfires
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Engine misfire often is caused by leaking spark plug wires. So you can look for yourself
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Improper spark plug gap Damaged spark plugs Poor contact between wires and spark plug or cap or coil pack Bad insulation on plug wires Cracks or corrosion build up on cap and rotor
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