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1351 refers to ignition control and coil pack., check spark to plugs.go from there.
Posted on May 20, 2017
Low engine oil sensor shutdown or anti-theft function of not reading the chip in the key. Check oil often. More than 1 quart low will disable ignition.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem with My 1990 F150 300 6cylinder 4x4.....I cahnged all the same things you did, finally I sprayed a can of Gumout through the throttle body and it worked and ran great. Now I add fuel injector cleaner to the gas and a regular clean with the gumout and the problem has'nt come back. Good Luck to you and hope it works!
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
The first thing you need to do is stop wasting your money by replacing parts. Then get a volt-ohm meter and a test light to test the circuits between the battery, the alternator, the ignition switch, the starter relay and the voltage regulator. (a.k.a. Charging System Circuits)
To start, the "B+" or "BATT" terminal on the alternator (large black wire) MUST have a solid, direct connection to the battery. Check for the proper voltage here. Then, the red wire on the alternator at the "F2" terminal should be HOT at all times. If not, you probably still have a bad fuse link that you missed. The "F1" terminal on the alternator (Light Green wire) is known as your "FIELD" wire. It comes from the "IG" terminal at the voltage regulator. It should be hot any time the key is in the ON position. If not, your voltage regulator is not working or your ignition switch is not providing power to the regulator. Finally, The "F" terminal (Red wire) at the regulator should be hot any time the ignition switch is in the ON position. This actually gets it's power from the starter relay, which gets its power from the ignition switch.
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Posted on Jun 12, 2011
SOURCE: my engine runs rough and
Here you go - this'll help you translate your engine codes. Looks like your getting a "Multiple Cylinder Misfire With Fuel Cut-off" and "Misfire Cylinder 5 With Fuel Cut-off". Hopefully you just need a good tune up, but this should point you in the right direction. Good Luck.
Posted on Jul 03, 2011
SOURCE: Have a 1999 S10 Chev
You have a bad typical connection hence the code, you are mainy going to have to troubleshoot this one on you own Chevy are popular for good looking wire connection and poor contact especially on the coil area just wiggle the connection and have some one crank it and it will start then wiggle it again and it will stall out, 1351 here is the definition Ignition coil high circuit input what this means is your are internaly disconnected you will need a terminal repair on the ignition coil this is a typical failure on the connection
Posted on Jul 12, 2011
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Conditions for Setting P1351:
The voltage on the ignition control circuit exceeds 4.9 volts, and the engine speed is less than 250 RPM.
Most likely its a bad Ignition Control Module.
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