Engine light on, misfire cylinder 6

Replaced coil pack, injector, spark plugs, wires,ran bg44k fuel cleaner thru fuel,compression test on cylinder six is 140 others is 150. Still rough idle and engine light on but when you take off from a stand still engine light blink.

My car has 152000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

Experienced mechanics share their insights in answering this question :
The rough idle may be related to the low compression in cylinder #6. Low compression will continue to cause a misfire until it is corrected. This will cause detonation and timing problems which is what indirectly causes the misfire. I would recommend having an expert from YourMechanic come to your home to inspect the misfiring issue and test the compression, as this could be a sign of a potentially larger issue.

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A cylinder 6 misfire could be caused by a wide range of reasons, including a faulty ignition system, a worn spark plug failing to generate a high intensity spark or low engine compression. Here are the common reasons for a misfire on cylinder number 6: Worn out spark plugs, spark plug wire, or spark plug boot.
Worn and old spark plugs, spark plug wires, and ignition coils are common causes of random misfires.
The code P0306 indicates that cylinder 6 is misfiring. A misfire usually happens when the ignition timing is wrong. When your car consumes fuel and generates electricity inside a chamber known as the cylinder, your vehicle moves. Most engines have four, six, or eight cylinders, with more cylinders implying more power.
An engine misfire can be caused by bad spark plugs or imbalanced air/fuel mixture. Driving with a misfire isn`t safe and can damage your engine.
It could be due to a part that`s failing in your fuel system. If an oxygen sensor or mass airflow sensor is failing, it could give incorrect data to your engine`s computer, causing the misfire.
Repairing or replacing a cylinder can range from $100 to $1,000. Different causes for misfires cause different severities of damage that each cost varying amounts to repair. These damages are: Slower fuel delivery issues can cost anywhere from $200 to $1,000.
The most common causes of misfires are worn, improperly installed, and mishandled spark plugs, malfunctioning ignition coils, carbon tracking, faulty spark plug wires and vacuum leaks.
Engine misfires can be caused by a list of faults, but there are a few suspects that occur more than others. The primary villains are simple – spark or fuel – usually manifesting in spark plugs, plug wires, the coil(s) or the fuel-delivery system.
To find the cause of a misfire, start with checking for trouble codes in the onboard diagnostics system with a scan tool. The codes may not pinpoint a specific part, but they should identify the cylinder or cylinders that are misfiring as well as other systems that aren`t functioning properly.
To find the cause of a misfire, start with checking for trouble codes in the onboard diagnostics system with a scan tool. The codes may not pinpoint a specific part, but they should identify the cylinder or cylinders that are misfiring as well as other systems that aren`t functioning properly.
If left untreated, a cylinder misfire can lead to significant engine damage. Worse, if you experience a bad misfire while driving, it could result in an accident. This is why it`s important to treat engine misfires as soon as you detect them.
To find the cause of a misfire, start with checking for trouble codes in the onboard diagnostics system with a scan tool. The codes may not pinpoint a specific part, but they should identify the cylinder or cylinders that are misfiring as well as other systems that aren`t functioning properly.

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