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P0301 fault code #1 misfire- warning lights

I have a 2000 intrigue. Code P0301 engine misfire comes up - probally a plug I'm guessing but just prior to that the abs light, check engine light, traction light and the e-brake indicator light all came on! Until the misfire code I couldn't pull any codes out of the car and no driveability issues!

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  • btweedle Dec 23, 2008

    Changed the plug and no go! Guess I'm off to the delaer to get the coil pack checked! (Unless there's a way to check this myself). All the warning lights are still on and the dealer suggested a new ecm might be the cure1

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    2009 subaru wrx code shows misfire on all valves . What's the fix dealer could not detect issue.

  • Anonymous Mar 21, 2014

    not sure what it could be

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Hi, I'd focus just on that cylinder for now, unless the other lights come on again. This ought to give you enough information to start diagnosing the problem - http://www.obd-codes.com/p0301 - good luck!

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