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 Mar 5, 2011
Wont start up. Engine codes read (random multiple misfire). Changed crankshaft sensor, camshaft sensor/pick up in the distributor. Checked all fuses related to ECU and ignition system. Did a full tune up. What else is there I can do to this POS besides scrap it and ...
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