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Old 05-29-2006, 05:53 AM   #1 (permalink)
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My 2 year old wagon r misfires and does kangaroo type jumps when accelerating quickly,from rest(usually between 2500-3500 rpm),people who sit with me think i'm running out of fuel!.The problem only occurs when the vehicle has done about 3 miles and fully warm.The vehicle has done 40,000 miles and i have had the problem for the last 10,000.The car runs without fault at speeds above 30,just poor when accelerating.I've taken the car back to the dealer,paid for diagnostic checks,and they say i have no problems.I have changed the spark plugs several times using recommended type nad have noticed the one's i take out are slightly blackened.
Any comments from members who can relate to the above,would be appreciated.
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Hi all
My 2 year old wagon r misfires and does kangaroo type jumps when accelerating quickly,from rest(usually between 2500-3500 rpm),people who sit with me think i'm running out of fuel!.The problem only occurs when the vehicle has done about 3 miles and fully warm.The vehicle has done 40,000 miles and i have had the problem for the last 10,000.The car runs without fault at speeds above 30,just poor when accelerating.I've taken the car back to the dealer,paid for diagnostic checks,and they say i have no problems.I have changed the spark plugs several times using recommended type nad have noticed the one's i take out are slightly blackened.
Any comments from members who can relate to the above,would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance.
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this is an electrical fault and just try out for faulty ignition cable or faulty spark plug sockets of the worst is faulty ignition coil. i am from india and dont know about your model. pls send me the type of ignition or send me your engine cabin photo specially photo close to spark plug. i am a mechanic and owns a wagonr 1061 cc in india since five years. will be glad to solve your problem
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Hi there , with reference to your above problem, did you get it sorted in the end and what was the solution, as i have exactly the same problem. thanks
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Hi there I have the same rather exactly same problem could you help thanks
I have already changed Plugs-distributer-cables- and Coil. Thnaks
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Old 01-13-2009, 07:27 AM   #5 (permalink)
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hi i had this same problem but it was the lambda sensor!!

so before you spend loads of money changing the dizzy and ht leads etc change that
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