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Problem started after heavy cold, didn't start for 4 days, after that tried but hard to start. changed crank censer, started with difficult, then started to realize the misfire and engine lite (P0352, said ignition coil B primary / secondary circuit) changed coil pack 2 times, still the same, I had oil in the first plug tube that was not good, changed rocker cover gasket, plug wire, problem not fixed, changed cam shaft censer, still the same, I'm asking for your help please, any aider. My e-mail is email@example.com
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Posted on Feb 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Regarding Ignition Coil Driver Fault P0351:
An ignition coil driver is the signal that comes OUT of your PCM at pin A7. The "A" plug is the Black plug nearest your engine that goes into the PCM. So, Pin A7 tells your coil what to do. So it can't be the coil... its the command "to" the coil originating inside the PCM.
What goes "in" at pin A8 is the input signal from your crankshaft sensor. And just above it is pin A18 the camshaft sensor input. These inputs are critical so its no surprise that everyone is running around replacing them even though they don't solve the problem.
The main symptom is that the vehicle misses and backfires, some times stalls, and gives you the DTC P0351. Another problem is very low idle; at a stop sign for instance. Trying to make it home by gunning the throttle while riding the brake. The signal that comes out of pin A10, A11, A19, A20? The Idle Air Control signal to the Idle Air Control Valve on the throttle body.
All of these pins reside together in an area about 1/4" square. The circuit board behind these pins is faulty, or the pins are not making good contact.
Find the PCM, follow the wiring harness from the above mentioned sensors to the PCM and push them in to make sure they are not loose.
Good Luck!! Keep me posted!!
Posted on Dec 03, 2010
SOURCE: have 2005 tribute it quit
U have a defective wiring harness or a blown fuse for the coil circuit, check all fuses replated to the electronics for the engine in both the fuse boxes
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
SOURCE: Recurring #2 cylinder misfire.
Hello Mr Fixit...If memory serves me right, the PO352 B fault code would indicate #4 cylinder coil and PO352 A for #3. The
Possible causes ...faulty spark plug...faulty spark plug wire..faulty ignition coil pack..faulty PCM...open or short in wiring from PCM to iginition coil pack. To accurately troubleshoot and determine the problem you will need an oscilliscope and a diagnostic scanner. Without these you are basically guessing as to the cause.
The ignition control module is integrated into the PCM and a faulty ICM can definitely cause this trouble code...and i have seen my share of faulty PCM's.
Hope this helps and the best of luck to ya.
Posted on May 13, 2009
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