Question about 2002 Toyota Camry
I have a miss fire on 1 3 5 cylinder, code 301 303 305, I have changed all original plugs, switched the coil but still the misfire code is coming, the car is consuming double the gas, I showed it to Toyota and several other mechanics but none can fig out the exact problem can some one help me pls . thanks
Yeah, get a second opinion from a Toyota mechanic. I would think the pistons are misfiring because the space is either to wide or too short. They should check the gap on the spark plugs.
Posted on May 13, 2014
Testimonial: "the spark plugs where new purchased from toyota, original dense, you think the spark plugs is causing the problem, when i removed the spark plugs they were black with carbon and also lots of carbon coming out from the exhaust?"
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