Misfire and “Low Cylinder Contribution” Ignition Coil Diagnostics - Brake & Front End

Misfire and “Low Cylinder Contribution” Ignition Coil Diagnostics

Speakers

  • Andrew Markel, Director of Technical Content- Tech Group, Babcox Media
  • Doug Kaufman, Editorial Director, Babcox Media

Sponsored By NGK/NTK and Shop Squad

Date: January 16, 2024

You may have started to notice that there is a new type of misfire code, the “Low Cylinder Contribution” code. In this webinar, the experts at NGK’s Shop Squad will teach you how to look at misfires differently.

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