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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try cleaning the MAF sensor...it's a cheap route that may fix the issue. Here are some instructions:
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
Wow you have replaced a lot of stuff. Lets go back to the Fuel pump. When you replaced it did you replace the hose between the pump and the sending unit. These are common for splitting. Have you hooked up a fuel pressure gauge to check what pressure you have? It should be real close to 13 psi and should raise to at least 18 or 19 when you pinch off the return line.
Posted on Jun 02, 2009
SOURCE: codes P1313 and P1314
Misfire rate catalyst damage –
bank 1 causes,
Cylinder compression low
Worn camshaft / broken valve spring(s)
Fuel delivery pressure (low / high)
Fuel injector(s) restricted / leaking
Fuel injector(s) continuously open
Fuel injector circuit fault(s)
(Injector DTCs also flagged)
Spark plug failure / fouled / incorrect gap
ECM to ignition coil primary circuit fault
(Cylinder misfire detected DTC also
Ignition coil failure p1314 is the same. good luck!!
Posted on Jun 25, 2010
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