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Code p0335,p0420,p0300,p03011 will not start

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SOURCE: Mitsubishi Galant 2002 will not start

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Posted on Apr 19, 2009

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SOURCE: 12 codes; 90174, p0171, p0175,p0300,p0301, p0302,

I would be very hesitant about just going in and replacing parts/sensors, especially those diagnosed from Electronic Control Module (ECM) Diagnostic Trouble codes (DTC's) alone, as quite often when multiple codes are present, they are often related to a songle malfunction/failure (Such as coil codes, and O2, rich/lean codes, etc...) - A p0171 and 0174 code is not indicative of a faulty MAF sensor - it is a code set when a lean condition is detected within the vehicle's exhaust...often caused by vacuum leaks, EGR valve malfunctions, BAC/IAC ( Bypass/Idle air control) valve malfunction, DPFE sensor malfunction, or the MAF "hot wire" is dirty, and can be cleaned with the correct cleaner, but instead of replacing a $250 MAF sensor; only to later find out that if you had the vehicle repaired by a trained technician, a $3 vacuum hose and a $50 ignition coil had initiated the multiple DTC's - So, sometimes it does pay to use a trained technician; especially with so many codes present - Like I said - If I were going to do the work myself, I would erase all the codes (Disconnect battery cable for about 10 mins - this will also erase the block/learn ECM settings and it may search for idle for a bit, but will straighten out with time - reconnect battery and start the car - then after the light re-illuminates, re-pull the codes, and most importantly test the sensors/parts indicated by the DTC's before replacing anything - that is if you want to fix it the most cost effective way possible, but, if you have plenty of money to waste you could always just go replace whatever the DTC's tell you is out of specifications, regardless of the cause...this might fix it, but may not as well - if you got lots of money and feel lucky it's the way to go - if not, test those parts and sensor before replacing them - there is a process for testing each of them....Thanks

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SOURCE: my 2005 pontiac grand prix has a bad misfire and

you have a cracked vaccum hose going to your fuel regulator and purge valve.

Posted on Jan 01, 2011

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SOURCE: my 2002 nissan primera has

Hi, you may be running rich. Not sure which engine you have, and this car is not sold in the US, but if you have a vacuum operated fuel pressure regulator on the fuel rail, check it for a torn diaphram. See #2 at the following post: http://www.fixya.com/cars/r7427423-fix_poor_idle_high_idle_stalling_fuel

Posted on Jan 19, 2011

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SOURCE: check engine light is on

po335 and 725 bad crank sensor and this is also reason for stalling.po 420 catalyst has lost efficiency....needs new catalytic converter ...covered under 8year 80000 mile emmisions warranty.

Posted on Feb 09, 2011

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Take it to a ASE certified repair facility ,they'll fix it up ! Don't just replace parts !!!!!

P0171 - is a lean code bank 1 -possible vacuum leak , low fuel pressure , plugged fuel filter ,
P0300 - is a random misfire code which is understandable with a lean code .
P0420 As the code description implies the P0420 code means that the vehicle's control module has detected that the three-way catalytic converter is not working properly (is not as efficient as the factory is expecting). Replacing the oxygen (O2) sensors may sometimes fix the code, but in most cases the catalytic convert needs to be replaced to fix the problem. If the P0420 code is combined with other codes, try fixing the other codes first
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If you don't know what your doing take it to a repair shop before you waste your money ! You have a lot of problems here an I don't think the computer is bad , I'd say lack of maintenance ! You need to learn how to test thing's to fix them ! From the five volt reference voltage code , I'd say one of your sensors is shorted internally bring down the ref. voltage circuit causing the no start, but then again the 5volt ref. circuit in the PCM could be the problem . What you need to do is Disconnect all sensors that receive 5volt ref. signal one at a time an see if it will start . If I knew what year vehicle yours is I could tell you what sensors ! MAP, TPS , etc...










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Did you fix the problem?
I have a 2012 GT/CS showing p0300, p0301 and also for catalyst system as well.
I´ve replaced spark plugs, checked and cleaned injectors, coils are good and now I just have no ideia what else to do.
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2.eng misfire, vacuum leak.
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