The first thing that needs to be done is pull all the coils out and see if there is any mousture in thr spark plug tubes.
If there is any mousture in the tubes this will cause a misfire.
You will have 8 coils one for each spark plug.
Did you have a chance to pull the coils and see if there is any mousture in the spark plug tubes?
I have not been able to pull the coils off the spark plugs. Working 2 jobs finding the time to do so is difficult. However, I have looked at them to see where they are all located. I will need to remove the engine heat cover and possibly other components to get to the rear plugs. When I do so, I will respond. mahalo.
I have checked all fluid levels, changed my air filter, am gonna change my oil, and have an appointment with my friend (also a mechanic). I could not check the coil and plugs. The plugs are not accessible to me. I would have to remove the windshield cowling to reach them. All issues point to the plugs. However, when I did change my fuel filter I noticed that the fuel emtied from the "IN" side poured out fuel that was "Black" in color. Should I be alarmed? I will release funds to you for all your help.