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Getting cylinder #1 misfire on code reader. replaced 1 coil pack and all plugs. still getting same code. need to know which is cylinder #1 to replace plug wire

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What causes engine misfires to stay after new plugs and coil packs?


Try swapping the coil packs around - like swap #1 with #2, and swap #6 with #5, see if the misfires MOVE with the coil packs swapped to the new cylinders or if they stay with the cylinders. If they move with the coil packs, the new coil packs are bad. If they stay with the cylinders, there's a problem with those cylinders. You DID replace that camshaft sensor, right?

Have you checked your #1 and #6 injectors?

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I have a 1996 crown vic i need to know these trouble codes po301 po304


PO300 Codes-- are cylinder misfires

PO301 thru PO308

Last # is the cylinder

Could be bad ignition coil for a cylinder
or a coil pack for that side,depending what
engine you have

#1 &#4 are at the front & back of the passenger
side of your motor or firewall side if transverse

You will need to provide details of who worked on it
& exactly what was done besides replace a coil based
on a code

Codes aren't very good with COP Ignition but a complete
coil pack on one side should take care of some issue

Vacuum Leaks & other items can cause misfires & the codes
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97 blazer is missing from take off at 1000rpm to 2000 then clears out code reader says o2 sencor and multable engine missfire


For the misfires, start by pulling your plugs. They either need to be cleaned or replaced if questionable. Then, you may have a bad coil or coil pack. You can test them with a multi-tester-you'll want resistance values that are specific for your vehicle. Alternatively, you can switch the coil packs around (if you know you have a good one from knowing which cylinders are misfiring and which are firing o.k.) If your misfires change cylinder numbers from swapping, you know you had a bad coil. Other possibilities for misfire could be the electronic ignition module or the pick-up coil inside the distributor(if you even have a distrib.)
FYI: code for o2 sensor means that circuit has a malfunction, may be the sensor itself, or a wiring problem. Good luck.

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I have a 2001 toyota fourrunner showing computer codes p-0300 & p-0304. What are these codes for?


The P0300 is a random multiple misfire code, the P0304 is specific to the number 4 cylinder, a common problem for this code is a igniter/coil malfunction on the #4 cylinder, each cylinder has it's own coil, what you can do is to remove the #4 coil pack(it's the middle one on the driver's side) and switch it with coil #2 which is the first one on the driver's side, clear the codes and drive it if the code now shows P0302 replace the coil.

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Hi, I'm getting codes 136 02 sensor bank 1 sensor 2 along with 301 cylinder 1 misfire and 304 cylinder 4 misfire. Could the 136 be caused by the misfires ? I'd like to just swap out the plugs, but, they...


I wouldn't worry about the 02 code it will clear when you replace the coils. to be positive that the coils are bad, swap them with another cylinder and see if that cylinder misfires. 90% of the time it's the coil. Let me know
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My Sentra is overheating. I changed the Thermostat before taking it to the local Autozone and have the check engine light checked out. Well I was told there after scanning the computer that it is a MISFIRE...


First step is new plugs. It's possible that you have a fouled #1 plug. If that doesn't work, check spark wires (if the car is so equipped) or if it has direct coil-on-plug ignition, where each cylinder has a coil pack on top of the plug, swap the coil packs between cylinders 1 and 2. Clear the code, run the car, and rescan the computer. If the code moves to indicate cylinder 2 misfiring, then your coil pack needs to be replaced.

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