Also, I never get KR when I have misfires, but I still get misfires, but ONLY when idling or after startup. You cannot feel them. The car idles perfectly quiet and smooth. So I don't think my KR is caused by misfires. At WOT I never have misfires. My data rate is up to full speed FWIW.
Does anyone generally know why a car can misfire ONLY at idle? Or is that too ambiguous of a question?
I misfire on all cylinders (not all at the same time, but two cylinders at once has happened). Sometimes I even see the number '16' pop up next to a cylinder and disappear 3 seconds later. If I had 16 misfires I would think I'd feel it, but apparently if this gauge is accurate, it'* possible.
When I did my LIMs a couple weeks ago. It was disconnected for several hours. I had misfires long before then though. I'm tempted to get a new ICM. But since the misfires don't seem to be the cause of my KR, I should focus on tuning first.
I did the seafoam when I did my LIMs. And the engine is very clean inside. Oil comes out golden brown after 3000 miles. I don't know exactly how much buildup is on the PISTONS, but the whole top end is beautiful from what I saw when I tore into it.
As far as KR goes, I don't think it has to do with being dirty or needing a tune-up. It has to be fuel related to some extent. As far as misfires go, IDK yet. I haven't tested my coils. Maybe I'll swap on a known good ICM before buying a new one @ $200.
I suppose a compression test would be a good idea too, though I don't think my misfires are happening due to loss of compression.