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There are many reasons why your engine might be misfiring. Hard starting the vehicle; Low fuel pressure; Low compression. When your clutch is unable to engage your transmission with the engine properly, your vehicle will begin experiencing acceleration issues. A misfire usually starts out as being merely a nuisance but if the causes A rough or uneven idle can be an indicator of an engine that is misfiring. Misfires can occur both upon engine startup and even in the middle of engine In some cases, your fuel cylinders may also be dirty. I'm talking about your car engine “starting” and “turning over. when the engine is attempting to start — see how that can be confusing? If your engine is failing to start, misfiring or rattling, there might be several causes, ranging from an easy fix to more complex issues. High mileage vehicles with over , miles are the most likely to start having engine miss problems (it can be less in some vehicles), and it. Engine misfires can be caused by a list of faults, but there are a few if your car or truck is computer-controlled, the place to start is to plug in. What I find strange is the engine will be misfiring, you can feel it, if you turn it off/on and it is below standard running temperature it. This is the result of an engine misfire. 2. Blockages. There might be a blockage that is preventing your car from receiving the fuel it needs to accelerate.