View Full Version : a good friday

09-22-2006, 11:02 PM
well my car is stumbling and trying to find itself. runs real rough. checked all the spark plug wires there all in tight. i just got my trans rebuilt with a 3600 Yank SS convertor. i've driven it for about 4 days and now today about 2 miles down the road the ses light starts blinking. come home from school the convertor won't lock cuz the PCM won't let it so i park it. my buddy comes over and i took him out to show him whats going on and let him drive it. car defintly stumbles around 1500-2500+. it's hard to say what it is. looked at alot of things. unplugged the o2 wires and drove it quick down the road and the car was still stumbling. now when i did my headers about 2 months ago we didn't change the one spark plug all the way in the passenger side corner cuz it is such a pain. guess im just gonna have to rip everything apart and see. the car is running more rich then before. it's not tuned i'm about to get it tuned but i just wanted to wait for the convertor because i new the tuner would have to mess with alot of stuff and to save money by doing one tune with everything. i wanna figure this problem out get it rite then pull the computer and send it away to get it tuned. anybody have an idea on what it could be.


09-23-2006, 12:36 PM
anybody have any ideas

09-24-2006, 12:09 AM
Sounds like is probably an issure with a broken sparkplug, bad plug wires, not snapped on correctly or arcing to the headers. Its not likely a problem with your tune. Unplug all your plug wires and snap them back in again. Make sure the coil side gets two clicks.

09-24-2006, 02:55 AM
yep ur rite. i had it all off today and well the 2nd one in from the passenger side is loose. u can tap on the spark plug. so i hope thats the problem which i think it is.

thanks alot