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Missfiring on 2 cylenders after car is warmed up and sound like air leaking from under car

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Either its got a bad vacum leak or the engine has a blown head gasket..

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Nissan Pathfinder showing codes on the emmisions test here in Connecticut p0325 and p0302

Fault Codes 1. PO302 = Missfire on Cylinder 2- Injector could be leaking and causing hard start ( to confirm instead to put the fuel pressure under test to confirm,when just started cold having missfiring, switch engine off and remove spark plug to see whether spark plug 2 is wet with fuel ).
2. PO325 = knock sensor - check the Vacuum line which is above the front right tire on the rear side of the tire,where are small hose comes from charcoal canister up over the shock to the purge valve. That hose from the purge canister is connected to a metal hose and then the metal hose connected back to a rubber hose on the purge valve. As the metal hose gets rusted cause a leak by causing the injector 2 to missfire for a little time when warm started. Please check this first before you do anything else. Good luck.

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03 F150 spongey brakes after replaceing brake cylender and bleeding brakes?

This sounds like a bad brake line, these trucks are famous for rotted lines behind gas tank, make sure there are no leaks, this sounds like a leak or a defective master cylinder, if this is the same problem then i would say it is a line also check the rear brakes for leaking wheel cylinders unless you have rear disc brakes, check calipers for leaks.

Take a good look at brake system for leaks, hold brake pedal a few times and let is sink to floor , do it about ten times and then look for a leak, good day

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Hi Alan:
Your problem sounds like a sticking IAC (Idle Air Control) valve. It is located under the Throttle Body on your vehicle. You have to remove the Throttle Body to get to it...


You can try cleaning it but the problem may come back. The sea foam will not clean it because no fuel goes through the valve, only air.
Additionally, its possibloe that you have a vacuum or intake gasket leak or a secondary ingition missfire. I would first check for correct fuel pressure and inspect fo a vacuum leak. Also, scanned the PCM to know if have some fault code stored.
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Feb 09, 2012 | Ford Probe Cars & Trucks

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Cylender 2 missfire inisde sparkplug 2 fuel liking so what is main problem of my car its grand caravan 2004

If you have fuel leaking and a misfire in cylinder 2, I would check that injector. The o-rings on the fuel rail or seat are probably gone. Can you see the fuel leak?

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I have a 2000 gmc sierra 5.3 with a number 6 cylinder missfire. things i have done so far: 1. compression test on number 6 tested fine,as well as the rest of the cylinders 2. leak down test. Held...

I would check the valves for number 6. If one or both are burned, stuck or out of adjustment it would cause your problem. If a cam lobe for that cylinder is burned or badly worn it could be the culprit.

Jan 10, 2010 | 2000 GMC New Sierra 1500

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this means all cylenders are lean possably an air leak check all the air intake not sucking air after the mass air sensor my have a bad mass air flow sensor

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Diagram for brake lines to find a leak

No diagram you must look under and find the leaky one.Fill up master cylender get a drain pan to put under car for when leak starts squirting out save a mess also DOT 3 BRAKE FLUID ONLY!.use a yellow crayon to mark it so if leak is under seat area mark it then follow it to the wheel it goes marking every couple inches.Now go back and work you way to the other end that goes to master cylender! you will have now found your leaky line.

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Ignition ccoil replacement 4 and 6

the last number in a po30 code is the cylender with the missfire. you say you have po306 and po302 which means #6 and#2 are missfiring. if you stand in front of car the passenger side has 1 through 4 cylenders starting with # 1 in front and # 4 in rear and driver side has 5 through 8 starting with # 5 in front and # 8 in rear. passenger side 1 2 3 4 - driver side 5 6 7 8. if you have indavidual coils on each plug then just unplug the coil and take the single 7mm screw out that holds it in place and the coil will come straight up off the plug

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