01 bullitt has a misfire in cylinder 4. I know it could be the plug or the coils but what is the basic procedure for figuring out which one it is?
I would do it anyway. Change all plugs and boots or wires. If there are original they should have paint on top of the plugBalltaatic01 said:I never had but I've only had the car for about 1500 miles. The guy who had it before me took good care of the car so it's not unreasonable to think he had changed them before but I don't know for sure if he ever did.
Mine just got coolent in that spark plug and exact same problem . So check ur plug first takes 5 mins and you will be able to tell right away! You can check my thread I have about it if you wantBalltaatic01 said:Other than normal hand tools will I need anything special to change everything out?
Use some anti-seize lubricant as well as dielectric grease. It's usually in little grey and orange Permatex packets by the register.jjsg09 said:Hey just a warning, when changing the spark plugs on these cars there is a very specific way to doing them or you can cause some bad damage. They're notorious for spark plugs to blow out of the head.