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Fuel injectors were cleaned, along with the trottle body, could it be the coil pack
A blinking check engine light usually indicates a misfire. It could be a bad plug, a bad coil, a bad wire, or a condition known as carbon tracking.
Pull the codes first. This will narrow down what cylinders are being affected. I'm betting you have one of these codes P0300, p0301, p0302, p0303, or p0304. The last number of the last four i listed are the specic cylinder that a misfire is on.
Let me know what you have for codes.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i would check your fuel filter and air filter first if they are dirty then i would change them. and if it still does it then it might be one of the sensors on your throtttle body. like your tps sensor or the iac valve or it could be your mas sensor you can also clean these with some throttle body cleaner and mass air flow cleaner that you can pick up at any auto parts store
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
Are you one of those people who TOP OFF the tank when filling up?
When the EVAP recovery system soak with few ounce of gasoline......the trap vapor will take few days escape.
EVAP system is design to handle fuel vapor. Few ounce of gasoline can damage the fuel vapor recovery relay and decrease the service live of the recovery lines.
You can accelerate the process by locating the charcoal canister (near the nose of the car and same side as your gas filler door)
MOVE the car to outdoor.
Disconnect the EVAP line and let it air out by itself.
DO NOT introduce any heat source or fan to speed up the process.
Reconnect this EVAP hose and use a small amount of starting fluid at the intake manifold.
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Posted on Dec 03, 2009
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