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What coil is E with a P0355 code on Lexus RX350 2007 model

Code P3055 location of iginition coi E#

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Hi. P0355....Ignition Coil E Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction would suggest you need to replace your coil packs. Heat damages them after time and will eventually lead to misfire and very rough running motor especially when it's damp out.

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It is located on cylynder # 5

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Disconnect the battery for 10 minutes to clear the Code and try it again. There are several possibilities for the problem. The connector from the Crankshaft Sensor may Code a 355 when disturbed. This sensor connects to the coils and tells them when to fire.

If it is possible to switch the leads to the coils it would have the effect of moving spark plug wires on a Distributor cap. But usually the harness will only fit one way on most cars.

I do not know what problem you were originally seeking to solve, and the Crankshaft sensor may have been the original underlying cause.

Check the plug connector for corrosion or loose pins. If the problem does not go away, the wire loom may have a bad spot. The crankshaft position sensor can go bad.

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Code p0355


Disconnect the battery for 10 minutes to clear the Code and try it again. There are several possibilities for the problem. The connector from the Crankshaft Sensor may Code a 355 when disturbed. This sensor connects to the coils and tells them when to fire.

If it is possible to switch the leads to the coils it would have the effect of moving spark plug wires on a Distributor cap. But usually the harness will only fit one way on most cars.

I do not know what problem you were originally seeking to solve, and the Crankshaft sensor may have been the original underlying cause.

Check the plug connector for corrosion or loose pins. If the problem does not go away, the wire loom may have a bad spot. The crankshaft position sensor can go bad.

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Feb 22, 2013 | 2005 Lincoln LS

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P0355


Bad COP Ignition Coil on cylinder #5

You can Google any code or info you need
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Jan 23, 2013 | 2002 Lincoln LS

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Hyundai elantra trouble code po0355


Potential causes of a P0355 code include:
  • Short to voltage or ground on COP driver circuit
  • Open on COP driver circuit
  • Loose connection at coil or broken connector locks
  • Bad Coil (COP)
  • Faulty Powertrain Control Module
elm327 can help you clear the p0355.

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NO POWER REVS UP REAL SLOW SHOWS CODES P0301 P0138 P1687 P0355 PO351


Hi, do you have the 4.7 liter engine with coils on every cylinder? 351 and 355 indicate bad coils on cylinders 1 and 5. You can try moving the coils to see if the problem is the coils themselves or the wiring. If the codes change after moving the coils, replace the coils. These misfires could be the cause of the other codes.


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2003 lincoln navegator with code po300-po355 what that means?


p0300 is usually a random multiple misfire and p0355 is an Ignition Coil E Primary. The P0300 code is triggered because of the P0355 code. Go to Cylinder 5, 1st-Replace the coil, 2nd-Replace the plug, 3rd-Check compression

Jan 28, 2011 | 2003 Lincoln Navigator

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How to replace ignition coil code P0355


Hi. P0355....Ignition Coil E Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction would suggest you need to replace your coil packs. Heat damages them after time and will eventually lead to misfire and very rough running motor especially when it's damp out.

Aug 15, 2010 | 2003 Lincoln LS

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2003 Kia Sorento- po700, po355


P0355....Ignition Coil E Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction would suggest you need to replace your coil packs. Heat damages them after time and will eventually lead to misfire and very rough running motor especially when it's damp out.

P0700....Transmission Control System Malfunction

I would start researching the possibility of a bad ground, a loose main cable to the battery, etc. If the codes come back, the P0700 can be very serious and could require attention at a Transmission shop or dealership. There is a remote possibility that the codes are entirely unrelated.

Mar 26, 2010 | 2003 Kia Sorento

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