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Code 304 won't clear new plug wirea,new coils 2002 4cyl sanoma

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Code 304 is a cylinder #4 misfire. After changing plugs did you clear your code by removing the negative battery terminal for a few moments and then re-connect. Also if the code returns check your cyl #4 wire for degradtion.

Posted on Feb 19, 2009

  • Patrick McGee
    Patrick McGee Feb 19, 2009

    Also remove the plug in #4 cylinder and check for spark or replace.

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