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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ford taurus p0300
Neither was the problem on a 2007 vehicle,still sort of new
You do need to change plugs every 3 years
I would change the Front Oxygen Sensors, if you have 100,000
miles on them---still not the misfire issue
The misfire is the ignition control module, if that is what you have,
since you mentioned plug wires,some motors have individual
ignition coils & they fail a lot on a ford
Those codes are of no use, their random misfires & misfire
on first 1,000 rpm when starting the motor
Have to diagnose each cylinder & any module issue
Whom ever did your work failed to do anything but replace
parts,no road test,no scanner data checking or code diagnoses
Don't go to the chain store or auto parts shops
Go to an old time local shop
Posted on Apr 02, 2014
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