Asked on May 21, 2010
I got a code for p0300 random misfire. Could it be the Ignition Coils or Coil cover(what gm part dealer calls the battleship)? i have new plugs and the coil adapters. Also i was wondering could a malfunctioning knock sensor cause a misfire
Asked on Jun 19, 2010
I have a 2000 Honda Prelude that keeps throwing trouble codes. Code for P0300 random multiple misfire and P1399 Random cylinder misfire. I just replaced the whole ignition system with msd parts: NGK iridium plugs, msd 8.5 mm super conductor wires, msd cap and rotor, msd ...
Asked on Aug 16, 2010
Ok.. It's throwing codes p0300-p0304 and p1399, in other words, its a random cylinder misfire on all cylinders. I have changed out the distributor, spark plugs, wires, pcv valve, fuel filter, o2 sensor, had valves re-adjusted, new valve cover gasket, Compression test was done and had ...
Asked on Jul 8, 2010
I have intermittent misfire, coils,spark plugs, injectors all have been checked. Brought it to couple dealers and nobody cant figure it out.
When I drive there is no misfire, when I come up to a stop sign then it starts misfiring. Scanning with vag-com does not ...
Asked on Jul 22, 2010
My 2001 Chevy Silverado has it's check engine light on reporting a cylinder 8 misfire (twice) and knock sensor 2 fail... I am pretty new to auto repairs and not very familiar with anything other than regular maintenance. What steps should I take to fix the ...
Asked on May 12, 2010
Hi! I have a 1999 VW Beetle with a Check Engine Light on. I had it hooked up to the computer and got back three codes:
P0300 Random/multiple cylinder misfire detected
P0302 Cylinder no. 2 misfire detected
P0303 Cylinder no. 3 misfire detected
About a month ago my car was ...
Do you have any question about your car problem, or maybe you want to ask about specific parts of your car? Then this blog is for you, we have tried to collect as many as possible about automotive and accessories related topic.