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More that likely it needs a tune up. I replaced the spark plugs, spark plug wires and fuel filter on mine and it ran like new. The fuel filter is found under the car mounted to the frame near the drivers door, but you need a special tool to remove it.
well there are two options., your valve cover grbomets for spark plug tubes are bad,specificly #1 or spark plug tube has to be remove and reseal, while doing this if not have acces to an special removal tool you need to remove valve cover, take this has an oportunity to replace valve cover gasket and all gromets(spark plug tube 4, and vlebe 8 small that look like a washers on each bolt) the tubes are treat in remove with locking plyers clean treaths on a wire wheel apply black silicone and reinstall.
not just a tune up or you want to fix misfire? need the diagnostic tool to determine the specific problem, if p0300 code appear, its not only spark plug and wire, cean the trottle body, iac, map, maf and the egr systems up to the fuel tank cap will be sure tight
P0301 is a DTC code that indicates a misfire to cylinder one. It could be a bad spark plug, spark plug wire, rotor and cap, a dirty fuel injector, or the worst a bad head gasket. Cylinder 1 is the first cylinder on the drivers side, towards the front. Start with the simple and check the spark plug wire and add fuel injector cleaner to the gas tank. Good luck and hope this helps you get you van running 100% soon. If that did not help, then your going to have to do a tune up by replacing the spark plugs, wires and rotor and cap. You can get all the parts you need at Auto Zone and they can give you the step by step to get the job done with common tools in under 2 hours of your time. Keep me posted, be glad to know you got your van running 100% again soon.
No special tools required. Yes you have to take off the black cover. There should be like 6 or 8 bolts on the cover. 27 torx. After you take the cover off, you will have the ignition coils on top of the spark plugs. They are bolted down with 10mm bolts. take out the 10mm bolts and pull the ignition coils out. There you will have your spark plugs open to take out. Use the OEM recomended plugs. if you get the opti spark or some othe different multi electrode you will tend to have miss fires. Good luck