Question about 2001 Lincoln LS
My wife filled up at a gas station we have never used before, and drove about 20 miles when the car suddenly started misfiring on cyls 5 and 6. I had a issue with bad gas previously and think that is what this may be. Any suggestions?
I have had intermittent left and right catalyst codes recently, too. But, the engine did not seem to be affected by them.
Go to your auto parts store and get a couple bottles of heet and put in the gas
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Nov 24, 2016 | Audi A6 Cars & Trucks
P0305 is a misfire code in cylinder 5. Not sure whether you have a v6 or a v8, but regardless, this car in particular goes through ignition coils pretty quickly. The best way that I have found to deal with a misfire code is to change all 8 ignition coils and spark plugs at the same time. Make sure that you use only Motorcraft coils as the PCM does not play well with after market coils. rockauto.com has them for around $50 per coil
Mar 17, 2014 | 2004 Lincoln LS
P0305 is misfire in cylinder #5.
P0306 is misfire in cylinder#6.
P0316 is misfire on start up.
Have the plugs on those 2 cylinders, and the 2 fuel injectors checked, also check for spark from the coil on those 2 plug wires.
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