Question about 2000 Pontiac Grand Am GT
The engine has a misfire and when I put the code reader on, the above was indicated. When I remove plug wires the engine misfire does not change, no matter which wire is removed.
Well, the code simply means that the engine has... a random misfire. As to why, that's going to take some work. Is it fuel, timing, compression, or electrical? I'd start with a compression test. Then throw a timing light on it, check for play on the valve train, run some fuel cleaner through the tank, and check your electrical connections. Hopefully, something will pop up. Good luck!
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