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Egine code P0302, P0125

Hi i have had the P0125 code before i changed the thermostat and censor already it worked for 3 days then it wouldn't blow any heat through vents just cold air, now the P0302 i was wondering how i would go about fixing that, now if i were to change the spark plugs and wires would that take care of the misfire code or would i have to change the coil packs also and if so how would i do that?

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The code says it is misfiring at cylinder # 2. I think that changing the spark plugs( be sure to gap it correctly) will eliminate the problem. you can surely try it. Ask the vendor for the correct gap.Check the spark plug wires too for any cracks and both ends of the wires for any signs of carbon or spark burns. I hope this helps you. If it does vote an answer.

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