Question about 2003 Chrysler Town & Country
What is p0300 obd code means
To my knowledge, random misfire could be described as failure of any of the sparkplugs to fire in an unpredictable manner. A misfire is any of the plugs not firing but in a given time period, predictable. Random misfire on the otherhand comes and goes, sometimes it misfires, sometimes not. This is often an indicator of a loose electrical problem which is intermittent in nature.
The error code P0300 pertains to the above described random misfire or in some instances multiple misfire. The last digit (except when zero) wold points to which cylinder is not firing.
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