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Misfire on Cylinder 3 swapped plugs between 3 and 4 on Pontiak Aztek 2003. Misfire remained on cylinder 3. Swapped ignition coil 3 and 6 with ignition coil 1 and 4 misfire still on cylinder 3

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Try a new plug wire on cyl 3 if that doesn't fix it you could have a bad valve or compression problem on cyl 3 Try doing a compression test also If it has injectors for each cylinder you could have a bad injector for cylinder number 3

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Misfire on Cylinder 3 swapped plugs between 3 and 4 on Pontiak Aztek 2003. Misfire remained on cylinder 3. Swapped ignition coil 3 and 6 with ignition coil 1 and 4 misfire still on cylinder 3


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Okay, you were getting code P0306, and a P0316. You have replaced plugs and swapped coils around are you still getting the code P0306? or is it a different code for a different cylinder now? Replacing your crankshaft position sensor in this case will merely waste your money. Its doing its job, the P0316 is telling you you had a misfire in the first 1000 revolutions of your engine at startup, the P0306 is telling you its probably cylinder #6 that had the problem. there is no code there indicating your CKP is bad.

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P0300 Random Misfire Detected
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P0302 Cylinder 2 Misfire Detected
P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected
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3 ---------------- 6
2 ---------------- 5
1 ---------------- 4
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this right banks and left bank, please remove Ignition coils with lids and spark plugs from right bank and swap with left bank, if fault code change as
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CODE 27 - Injector Control Circuit, output driver does not respond properly to the control signal

Code 27 MIL light options: OBDII
P0201 - Injector #1 Control Circuit
P0202 - Injector #2 Control Circuit
P0203 - Injector #3 Control Circuit
P0204 - Injector #4 Control Circuit
P0205 - Injector #5 Control Circuit
P0206 - Injector #6 Control Circuit

CODE 43 - Cylinder Misfire, or Ignition Primary Circuit

CODE $# MIL options: OBDII
P0300 - Multiple Cylinder Misfire
P0301 - Cylinder #1 Misfire
P0302 - Cylinder #2 Misfire
P0303 - Cylinder #3 Misfire
P0304 - Cylinder #4 Misfire
P0305 - Cylinder #5 Misfire
P0306 - Cylinder #6 Misfire
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P0352 - Ignition Coil #2 Primary Circuit
P0353 - Ignition Coil #3 Primary Circuit

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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.
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