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You really need to have this checked out. A scanner and a lot of electrical knowledge is need to fix this. You could spend hundreds, only to find out it was a bad wire. P0607 is a PCM problem. P0301 could be caused by this or could be a bad plug, wire, or coil.
Posted on May 01, 2015
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