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1986 Cadillac Fleetwood Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 4.1L Mahle

P311-0CB9C7B    W0133-1681829  New

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1986 - Cadillac Fleetwood V 8 Cyl 4.1L 250 -
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1986 Cadillac Fleetwood Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 4.1L Interfil

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1986 - Cadillac Fleetwood V 8 Cyl 4.1L 250 -
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1993 Cadillac Commercial Chassis Fuel Filter ACDelco

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1993 - Cadillac Commercial Chassis
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1997 Cadillac Seville Fuel Filter ACDelco

P311-2A80C46    W0133-1686238  New

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2008 Cadillac STS Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.6L ACDelco

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2008 - Cadillac STS V 6 Cyl 3.6L 217 3564
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2004 Cadillac CTS Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.2L Interfil

P311-1033951    W0133-1639997  New

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Interfil Fuel Filter
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2004 - Cadillac CTS V 6 Cyl 3.2L 197 -
ACDelco
2004 Cadillac CTS Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.2L ACDelco

P311-1FE80BA    W0133-1639997  New

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ACDelco Fuel Filter
  • Professional
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2004 - Cadillac CTS V 6 Cyl 3.2L 197 -
Hastings
1969 Cadillac Calais Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 7.7L Hastings

P311-05F738F    GF87  New

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Hastings Fuel Filter
  • Carburetor Fuel Element with Roll-Over Valve
  • See Product Guide for Variations of This Number.
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1969 - Cadillac Calais V 8 Cyl 7.7L 472 7735
Hastings
2002 Cadillac Escalade EXT Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 6.0L Hastings

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2002 - Cadillac Escalade EXT V 8 Cyl 6.0L 364 5967
Hastings
1998 Cadillac Seville Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 4.6L Hastings

P311-3DE820A    GF258  New

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1998 - Cadillac Seville Y V 8 Cyl 4.6L 281 -
Hastings
1992 Cadillac Brougham Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Hastings

P311-13A9E12    GF246  New

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1992 - Cadillac Brougham V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Hastings
1990 Cadillac Brougham Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 5.7L Hastings

P311-13A9E12    GF246  New

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Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
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1990 - Cadillac Brougham V 8 Cyl 5.7L 350 -
Hastings
1997 Cadillac Catera Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.0L Hastings

P311-56B8DE0    GF136  New

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Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
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1997 - Cadillac Catera V 6 Cyl 3.0L 181 2962
Hastings
2005 Cadillac STS Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 4.6L Hastings

P311-2FBB92C    GF368  New

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Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
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2005 - Cadillac STS V 8 Cyl 4.6L 281 -
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1997 Cadillac Eldorado Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 4.6L Hastings

P311-100E63B    GF316  New

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Hastings Fuel Filter
  • In-Line Fuel Filter
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1997 - Cadillac Eldorado Y V 8 Cyl 4.6L 281 -
Premium Guard
1990 Cadillac Allante Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 4.5L Premium Guard - Fuel Filter

P311-3207FE1    PF3144  New

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Premium Guard Fuel Filter
  • Threaded Both Ends, 16mm x 1.5mm Height 4.3" In-Line Filter
  • Fuel Filter
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1990 - Cadillac Allante V 8 Cyl 4.5L 273 -
Premium Guard
1998 Cadillac Seville Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 4.6L Premium Guard - Fuel Filter

P311-32DBB3C    PF4714  New

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Premium Guard Fuel Filter
  • Threaded On One End
  • Fuel Filter
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1998 - Cadillac Seville V 8 Cyl 4.6L 281 -
Premium Guard
2004 Cadillac Seville Fuel Filter - In-Line 8 Cyl 4.6L Premium Guard - Fuel Filter

P311-32DBB3C    PF4714  New

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Premium Guard Fuel Filter  In-Line
  • Threaded On One End
  • Fuel Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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2004 - Cadillac Seville In-Line V 8 Cyl 4.6L 281 -
Premium Guard
1993 Cadillac DeVille Fuel Filter 8 Cyl 4.9L Premium Guard - Fuel Filter

P311-50BF041    PF4702  New

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Premium Guard Fuel Filter
  • w/o Bracket
  • Fuel Filter
Brand: Premium Guard
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1993 - Cadillac DeVille V 8 Cyl 4.9L 300 -
ACDelco
2004 Cadillac CTS Fuel Filter 6 Cyl 3.2L ACDelco

P311-1FE80BA    W0133-1639997  New

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ACDelco Fuel Filter
  • Professional
Brand: ACDelco
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2004 - Cadillac CTS V 6 Cyl 3.2L 197 -

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94 Cadillac Turns Over but wont start

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Question From MrMustang93 on 94 Cadillac Turns Over but wont start

Im trying to help my grandfarther sell his cadillac its a 1994 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham 5.7L 170k Miles. Its been sitting up at least a year. It wasn't nothing wrong with it when he parked it he just bought a new car and parked this one. so now were having a hard time starting it. We've replaced the Fuel Pump Relay and Fuel Filter and it still wont start. The car will crank and run if you spray starter fluid in the intake. If you do that it will crank right up on the first turn and will run until the starter fluid runs out and once it runs out it just turns over. We thinking it might be the fuel pump but i was wondering if there are other things we can diagnosis before we go dropping the tank. any help is greatly appreciated, Thanks

Response From Hammer Time

You may have a bad fuel pump but you need to verify power and ground arriving at it first while monitoring a fuel pressure gauge.

Response From MrMustang93

there is some wires that coming from the top of the tank. the wires from the tank has a male plug type thing on it and the other has a female type plug on it. I unplugged and I was wondering if I took a test light and stuck it in the female plug will that tell me if im getting power or not?? I can't tell if the wires are actually coming from the pump itself unless I drop the tank but it looks like tey are

Response From autojoe

leave connector connected and hook test light to a good ground......i run a jumper from negative battery terminal then touch test light to positive battery terminal to test and light should light.....now pierce the gray wire or unplug connector and touch the terminal where the gray wire goes and turn key to on position the test light should light for 2 seconds and then go out the have soneone crank engine and test light should light while cranking.

Response From MrMustang93 Top Rated Answer

Thanks for all the help guys I know alot of people don't get back on here and say if your suggestions is what fixed the problem so I thought I would. It turned out to be the fuel pump, I took the test light and touch one of the wires I forgot which one and it lit up I went and bought a new pump spent all day puttin it in and just cranked it for the first time about 15 mins ago and it started and ran on the 2nd attempt. I sit there and let it run for about 10 mins so everything seems to be fine. Thanks again.

Response From Hammer Time

Thanks for the feedback.

Response From MrMustang93

how do I check to see if the power and ground is good?

Response From Hammer Time

Use a test light at the tank with a helper to operate the key.

OBD Code 101

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Question From mwhis2 on OBD Code 101

I have a 2000 Cadillac DeVille, I have replaced the mass air flow sensor, the rubber boot between the throttle body and intake and changed the fuel filter, but I still get a PO 101 trouble code.....anyone have any clues as to what is causing this code????

Response From Discretesignals

HT is right that other problems can cause that to show up. The engine computer is expecting a certain reading from the MAF sensor and it isn't within range of what the PCM thinks it should be. It is a performance code, so unlikely to be a wiring or circuit issue.

How does the engine run? You would really need to look at scan data to see what everything is doing and how the puter is calculating for MAF data.

Response From mwhis2 Top Rated Answer

The car runs fine, we just got back form a 4oo + mile day trip...

Response From Double J

Probably out of your league as DS stated.
You will need a scan tool.

There is a TSB out for this concern.
If all checks out, then a reprogram of the PCM may need to be performed.


Subject:Check Engine Light Concern - DTC P0101 Set (Reprogram PCM) #01-06-04-002a - (02/14/2003) Models:2000 Cadillac DeVille, Eldorado, Seville
with 4.6 L Engine (VINs 9, Y -- RPOs L37, LD8)

This bulletin is being revised to update the programming information. Please discard Corporate Bulletin Number 01-06-04-002 (Section 06 -- Engine). Condition
Some customers may comment on a check engine light concern or repeat concern of PCM DTC P0101 code only, with no driveability concerns. If a PCM DTC P0101 light sets but diagnostics provide no indication of component malfunction, a PCM calibration enhancement has been released to correct this concern. This enhancement will correct the setting of the following PCM DTC code:
DTC
DTC Description
P0101
Mass Air Flow (MAF) Sensor Performance Correction
If a vehicle is encountered with the condition described above and all of the diagnostic procedures listed in the applicable Service Manual have been performed with no resulting correction, use a Tech 2 scan tool to verify which software calibration is programmed into the vehicle's PCM. If the improved calibration has not been installed, re-flash the PCM with the updated calibration released on TIS 2000 CD #4 during the week of March 6, 2000 or later.
Important The following procedure MUST BE followed when programming a PCM on a 2000 Cadillac DeVille or Seville. If this procedure is not followed, a system interruption may occur during the programming process causing the PCM to lock-up and not program properly.
To avoid this condition, program the PCM on these vehicles using one of the following methods:
First, verify that the battery voltage is 12.5 volts or higher. If not, charge the battery. DO NOT program the PCM while charging the battery.
Method 1: Program the PCM Off-Board, using the Off-Board Programming Adapter (Kent-Moore J-41207C Off-Board Programming Adapter Kit).
Method 2: Program the PCM On-Board
Caution! It is critical that all J-45211 connections to the PCM, the Tech 2, and the power cable clips stay firmly connected throughout the entire programming procedure. Failure to follow these instructions may cause interruption of the PCM programming, which may result in PERMANENT DAMAGE to the PCM.

  1. Check to ensure that both the Techline terminal and the Tech 2 are updated with their latest respective software.
  2. Turn the vehicle ignition "OFF" and remove the key from the ignition lock cylinder. Turn off all electrical power consumers and accessories.
  3. Open the hood and check the battery voltage directly at the battery positive and negative terminals using J-39200 Digital Multimeter. If the negative battery terminal is inaccessible, or the battery is not located underhood, check the voltage between engine block ground and the underhood "+" junction block.
  4. If the vehicle's battery voltage is not 12.0 volts or higher, charge the battery before continuing. When finished charging the battery, disconnect the charger from the battery before programming PCM.
  5. Locate the PCM and disconnect the vehicle harness connectors from the PCM.
  6. Connect the J-45211 harness connectors to the PCM.
  7. Connect the J-45211 power clips directly to the vehicle battery terminals. If the battery terminals are inaccessible, or the battery is not located underhood, then connect to the engine block (ground), and to the underhood source of "B+" 12-volt power .
  8. Observe the red battery LED on J-45211. The red LED should remain lit whenever the J-45211 is connected to battery voltage. If the red LED does not illuminate, check the tool's 5-amp fuse. If the fuse is okay and yet the red LED will not illuminate, contact Kent-Moore at 1-800-GM-TOOLS for assistance.
  9. Toggle the power switch on J-45211 to apply ignition voltage to the PCM.
  10. The yellow and green LED(s) should illuminate when the power switch is toggled on. The yellow LED monitors the ignition voltage being applied to the control module. The green LED(s) are a feedback signal from the control module indicating that the module's internal circuits are operating.
  11. Connect the Tech 2 to J-45211 and enter Service Programming Systems (SPS)
  12. Select and perform Request Information .
  13. After the Tech 2 has completed the Information Request, toggle the J-45211 switch off.
  14. Turn off the Tech 2 and disconnect it from J-45211.
  15. Connect the Tech 2 to the Techline terminal. Download the new PCM calibration into the Tech 2 using the Techline Terminal and TIS 2000 software. After the download into the Tech 2 is complete, disconnect the Tech 2 from the Techline terminal.
  16. Reconnect Tech 2 to J-45211 and toggle the tool's power switch on.
  17. Enter Service Programming System (SPS) , select and perform Program .
  18. After programming is complete, toggle the J-45211 switch off, and wait until the green LED(s) turn off before continuing or disconnecting any connectors.
  19. Turn off Tech 2 and disconnect it from the J-45211.
  20. Disconnect J-45211 from the PCM, ground and power.
  21. Reconnect the vehicle harness connectors to the PCM and reinstall PCM.
  22. Connect the Tech 2 to the underdash DLC connector, and start the engine.
  23. Turn the Tech 2 on, "build the vehicle", and select Diagnostic Circuit Check . then Clear All DTCs . NOTE: this will clear all DTCs in all control modules, all at the same time.
  24. If the Service Engine Soon light comes back on after clearing DTCs, another concern may be present or a Crankshaft Position Variation Relearn Procedure may need to be performed. Follow existing Service Manual procedures.

If an interruption occurs during the programming process, an error message will be displayed. DO NOT disconnect or shut off power. Re-start the programming process and attempt to program again. In some instances (especially where less than 10% of the programming has been completed), the PCM will lock up and no longer program. If this occurs, the PCM must be replaced.
Important All DTCs, calibration numbers, technician observations and customer comments are to be recorded on the repair order in accordance with article 1.6.2 G of the General Motors Service Policies and Procedures Manual. Calibration Information
The calibrations listed are electronic calibrations and are NOT available from GMSPO. Calibrations are available from Techline on TIS 2000 CD #4 beginning the week of March 6, 2000.

Response From mwhis2

THANKS so much for all of the info. I will be taking it to the shop...Thanks again !!

Response From Discretesignals

There are no other codes popping up, right?

Your going to need a scan tool to look at scan data. TPS voltage, MAP voltage, etc. Anything that affects the air flow through the MAF is all suspect. I'd look at freeze frame data and see how the code is setting. This might be out of your league unless you see something obvious.

Response From Hammer Time

The sensor isn't the only possibility. A problem with the wiring or the PCM itself can also set that code. Even a plugged exhaust could set it.

1990 cadillac deville 4.5 multiport has a miss

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Question From cdwdaddy7 on 1990 cadillac deville 4.5 multiport has a miss

i just bought it, it hadnt been started for about a year but ran fine when i started it. it says run premium but im cheap and used 87. drove it for about 3 days and now its missing at idle and thoughout driving. plugs and wires are fine. cleaned the throttle body. all injectors are fine, replaced dry rotted vacuum lines. plugs are sooty

Response From Hammer Time

it says run premium but im cheap and used 87.

That was real smart. Make sure you use that same philosophy when you buy the new pistons that get melted from that fuel.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Ditto and been thinking on this car. Did some on a 1992 always cared for. This having set for a year matters totally. First WHY and then how left, indoors garaged or out in the elements?


Fuel would settle and oil would settle to sump that fast - one year and does in brand new cars! Ethanol in the fuel would be on the bottom and oil dry in engine up high. By two years outdoors without antics to store it they usually seize up or need lots of help for running again before even the first crank attempt.


Then you go cheap on octane which is an knock rating not a quality rating and this engine should (who knows now?) adjust itself to the lesser now and then but first time out wasn't such a great idea.


Just how did you determine plugs and wires were OK at all and with dry rotted vacuum lines doesn't seem like this was some cream puff and needed total attention to details before even trying to run it,


T

Response From cdwdaddy7

and i drove it about 150 miles or a few more before it started the miss

Response From Hammer Time

all injectors are fine,

How, exactly, did you determine that.

Response From cdwdaddy7

i used a stethescope and all were clicking. when i was working on it the other day i took it for a test drive and when i got back my brother had found a hose laying where the car was parked and it doesnt seem to go to the car and i cant find a good diagram to make sure. its a 3/4" hose thats 4" long with an elbow thats an 1" 1/2" long

Response From Hammer Time

The stethoscope trick does not tell you that the injector is not varnished up and plugged.

Response From cdwdaddy7

the miss is most noticable at low range gas pedal. like when your barely giving it gas but when you lay down on it it goes with you. has no power out of the hole. can i just pull the injectors and clean them and put them back in with no harm done? i know they are working and i do wonder if maybe they are clogged. you can hear noise inside the muffler while its running, almost like backfiring inside it

Response From Hammer Time

How do you propose to do that. The varnish is inside the injector

Response From cdwdaddy7

well how do i tell if any are clogged?

Response From Hammer Time

It's not exactly a simple thing to do. You have to perform an injector balance test that requires a very expensive scan tool so the chances of you doing it correctly is very slim.

Response From cdwdaddy7

can I just take them all off and clean them myself?

Response From Hammer Time

No, the dirt is on the inside, not the outside.

Response From cdwdaddy7

so the only way to clean them is to take them and have them cleaned?

Response From Hammer Time

They have machines that clean them off the car or there is a pressure cleaning method on the car that works sometimes.

You really need to have it diagnosed properly to see if you even have an injector issue. If you have an issue with one injector, I would just replace it.

Response From kev2

some thoughts-
the octane would NOT change the quality (cleanliness) of the fuel, varnish as likely with one as the other... NOT saying there are no issues using the wrong fuel.

did you check for codes? to easy to ignore
did you check fuel pressure? a basic test
check for vacuum leaks? again BASICS
new spark plugs- what brand? yeah it matters. REPEAT what brand?
what injector cleaner did you use? some are worthless some I use.
Your concern about converter can be answered with VACUUM gauge...

Response From Hammer Time

Any injector cleaner added to the fuel will be worthless. They are OK as a preventative but will not cure a problem.

Response From cdwdaddy7

if i unplug each injector individually will that tell me if they are getting fuel at least? it will change the way it runs wont it?

Response From Hammer Time

Maybe, maybe not.

A trained tech may be able to see the difference but the ISC is going to compensate the RPM right away.

Response From kev2

jumping around is not a suggested apporach. yoiu have mentioned filter, plugs, injectors, fuel, cat, EGR ,
did you do any BASICS I suggested- @4 replies above?


Anyway why not disable a spark plug to attempt to isolate a misfire?
injectors are a possibility BUT there are easier and cheaper ways to isolate the issue and cylinders...

Response From cdwdaddy7

champion plugs and i did try to isolate the cylinder and all plugs and wires are firing good. no codes cleared the ones i had. one was for freon and the other was from the one time that it stalled. none since

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Question by kev2 back a few posts">>new spark plugs- what brand? yeah it matters. REPEAT what brand?"

OE = AC Delco or you can have problem which is why he asked. May only be my opinion but Champion is great for a lawnmower and about ends there,

T

Response From cdwdaddy7

i like delco to but they are way over priced. ive used champions in everything ive ever had for the last 20 years and never had a foul or fire problem.they are all getting great fire.i pulled injectors and cleaned them internally yesterday. 2 were clogged and one is bad. getting the replacement one this week.

Response From ricksbike

I agree with Tom,never-ever use anything but AC Delco plugs, for some reason all the rest misfire,tried everything,every brand all misfired,I was a cadillac tech for 10 years,did mostly drivability and electrical work.

Response From Hammer Time

i like delco to but they are way over priced. ive used champions in everything ive ever had for the last 20 years

That is a mistake. Every manufacturer engineers their engine to run better on a specific plug. That would be Delco for all GM products, Motorcraft for all ford Products and Champion for Chrysler products. Most Asian vehicles run better on NGK. These are known facts. It DOES matter.

Response From cdwdaddy7

well i got it back up and running today. running much stronger but still has the slight shudder when you are driving and giving it just the right amount of gas. its not a tranny problem at all. when i run the on board it gives no e codes but does give a lot of different p codes. where can i get a list of the codes and how can i clear the p codes? certain that most of them are from it being torn apart and starting up a little rough. could it have anything to do the catylitic conveter or the smog pump?

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Any can be bad and usually price reflects quality but not always. Hey - two truths with a car. Only thing that fires the fuel (gasoline engines) is the spark plug and only things that touch the road are the tires and nothing else much matter if those two items aren't good they are the weak link.


With plugs it comes right down to how lousy some are even packaged for handling before you get them, proper resistance, metal and porcelain issues and how made, one unit of metal or crimped together junk.


Just plain rust resistance of the metal wrecks the whole show later if not changed Spring and Fall like wicked old days.


This car calls for Delco for a reason so even if not the total issue right now it sure could be.


Sample pic of poor quality if it shows..............



^^ Pic was there if it disappears I can't help that,


T

Response From cdwdaddy7

that seems like the only thing left other than the cat converter. i unplugged the tube running to it yesterday and it ran worse so i would assume it isnt that. could it be my egr?

Response From cdwdaddy7 Top Rated Answer

just put new plugs and fuel filter on. put a good plug in each wire and all were getting good fire. filled it up with premium gas and injector cleaner. its not knocking anywhere at all. ive worked on cars for years and consider myself pretty good, and so do others. its got me puzzled.