Question about 2007 Saturn ION-2 Quad Coupe
Ihad in shop to get engine looked at--I was told would have to tear engine apart to find out problem with #4 cylinder--I have extended warranty--but was told exclusions to my insurance-- if not covered by insurance--I would be liable for $2600.00 in repairs--what other steps could I follow to find out what's wrong with #4 cylinder??--Will this left unchecked o further engine damage??
A misfire could be a sign of a problem coming up. You might not notice anything major until the cylinder stops working all together. However, other that it sounding terrible, and a loss of power and some shaking effects, it's not terrible.
In other words, if it happens, it's time to get it to a shop now, instead of later.
Yet, it all depends on why it's misfiring. If there is coolant leaking into the engine cylinder, it's a much larger problem. I would suggest taking it to another shop for a second opinion. Sometimes it's just a simple fix.
Posted on May 21, 2014
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