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My van is showing codes p0300, p2302, p2305 what does this mean

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P2305 = IGNITION COIL 2 SECONDARY CIRCUIT- INSUFFICIENT IONIZATION - 5.7/SRT8

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i would start by checking plug wires and spark plugs for proper gap replace if necessary check for compression in all cylinders i dont know what your codes are

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Hi A Vig, I'm glad to help! P2305 is a Secondary Ignition Circuit problem that will cause the Misfire code P0300. Sounds like you have already replace everything that would cause the P2305 code. Sense it's a circuit code, there is always a possibility that you could have a wiring issue. One place to check is where the wire lume runs over the front of the transmission. We've seen wiring issue here at the dealership a lot in that area. Check and see if any wires are frayed a shorting out, and also check the connector and wiring at the coil pack itself. I've found a broken wire there before. Also you might swapping the ASD Relay with another one that looks the same to see if it may be the relay thats defective. Hope this helps and have an awesome day A Vig!

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Hey Brian, please don't loose your calm! You CAN fix it!.

Look for a timing belt with a skipped tooth.
Another possibility is that your sparkplugs are not properly gapped or their internal resistor got damaged. (A too large gap will make spark too hard to jump, which ended burning the hole you saw. A too large gap is very difficult to jump and places a tremendous effort on the coil and plug cables. Some times resistor type sparkplugs get the resistor damaged or open, at first, the open circuit can be jumped (inside the damaged plug body) easily, but as gap grows, it will cause an excessive voltaje to damage the coil or wires.


An engine starter that drains too much current means that it is damaged and possibly its bearings are too worn, which places a lot of friction on them, and the por electric motor then has to draw a lot of amperes to turn, draining the battery. Bad starter cable or ground connection causes a high voltaje drop to the starter motor, lowering the cranking speed, difficulting engine starting too.

Finally, a NO SPARK with no voltaje at coil primary means the DIS module that supplies current to the coil went bad, possibly because the too high voltaje leaked from the sparkplug end of the coil into the DIS module, damaging its internal semiconductors.

So, you need to FIX the sparkplugs, then cables, then check the coil, connectors, and, when everything on the High Voltaje side is perfectly OK and cannot damage any newly installed replacement parts, then you can go and check/replace the DIS module. Hopefully, the leaked high voltaje didn't damage the computer or Engine control module, as it is expensive. Best luck, Amclaussen.

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