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Misfire on cylinder 6, misfire, what should I look at to repair this first?

meatbkrmeatbkr Posts: 8
edited March 2015 in Mercury
spark plug and wires? or otherwise

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  • thecardoc3thecardoc3 Posts: 4,836
    Nothing. You should test for spark, fuel, and of course compression first. Then depending on what you find in the initial phase the next step can be taken.
  • Some off the things you can do once you find out your issue is put something called engine restorer it helps tighten the gaps and fill the micro abrasions in the cylinder walls. As well like any preventive maintanance it helps fuel milage.
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