Question about 1999 Mitsubishi Galant
I keep getting error code P0300 after conducting tune-up and rotor and cap replacement
Code po300 refers to random/multiple cylinder/s--misfire/s detected.===causes-- spark plug/s--HT leads /s--injector /s--ignition coil/s--low compression ---wiring
Check that the HT leads are not touching each other causing spark cross over . Ensure that the coil wires are properly connected . From what you have done, I would revisit everything ( all connections ) to ensure that everything is in order including firing order of the leads
Posted on Apr 21, 2014
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