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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Can't find my picture right now, but look for a relay with following wires in connector. Dark blue/w yellow stripe, dark blue, dark green w/black stripe, & red w/white stripe. that should be it.
Posted on Apr 17, 2009
You say you changed the cap and rotor so I'm assuming the van has a 3.0L? Possible injector problem on cylinder #5, swap injector with cylinder 1 or 3 and see if miss/dtc moves to that cylinder. You also could have a vaccum leak, although they usually won't come and go. Does the vehicle have a consistent miss or do you just have a check engine light?
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
Testimonial: "Yes I have a 3.0L. I will swap out injector #5 with another cylinder. I can?t find any vacuum leak and was thinking on putting in a new EGR valve. The vehicle seems to have a consistent miss. The check engine light is on again. I started with error code P0300 and P0305. After I replaced the parts listed above the error codes went away, (no check engine light). Next day P0305 came back. "
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