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Code po 305 v6 engine - 2001 Dodge Ram 1500 Truck 2WD

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It means there's a misfire with Cylinder # 5

Posted on Sep 11, 2009

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It could be a number of things. Faulty spark plug on cyl 5, Plug wire may have loose connection or could be bad. Ignition coil or module could be bad. Could be an ECM issue. I would find a reputable mechanic to have a look.

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it is a misfire on cylinder 5 it can be caused by low fuel pressure or a defective coil or bad injector, it could also be valve adjustment on that cylinder. Please rate me for the help I have given and if you need more info just post and I Will answer.

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SOURCE: My 2000 Ford Ranger keeps showing codes PO 171 and

These codes mean that the oxygen sensor is reading too "Lean" on both the left and right cylinder banks and the engine control system can't compensate any further to solve the problem. You may have a dirty or failing Mass Airflow Sensor that is miscalcuating the amount of airflow the engine is taking in which in turn can cause both of these codes to set. If the sensor is reporting less air than the engine is actually taking in then the engine computer will add only the amount of fuel it should based on what it was told by the sensor which will cause both cylinder banks to run "lean". There could be something else going on such as having two bad oxygen sensors [very rare] but I do see these two codes together quite often and usually its the sensor that is causing it. Hope this helps a bit!

Posted on Jul 12, 2010

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