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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can do a couple of things. Check the wiring harness to the coil and check for a bad connection or corrosion. You can unplut the coil and switch it to another cylinder and see if you can move the miss. If it moves, replace coil.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
SOURCE: i keep getting a p0206
po206 is the is the inj. 6 not responding to control signal.
po306 is a misfire in the no.6 cylinder..
Check your ignition leads or the coils.
Ummm the spark plug.
It's a bit hard over the net but I hope this helps you
Posted on May 12, 2011
This one could be tricky but i have an idea or two. First thing to check is the connections at the fuel injectors. Unplug them all one at a time and insure they are free of rust and moisture. Next..trace the injector wires through the harness and check for melted wires. If all the connection are good and there is no melted wires find the ECM under the hood. Its located on the firewall on the passenger side. Unplug the big connector and check for rust and moisture. Your model may have 3 connectors so check them all as well. Next grab all the injectors while the engine is running. You should feel them clicking. The ones that don't click are the culprits. After unplugging the ECM you might want to remove the negative termanal from the battery for 2 minutes, This will flash the ECM trouble code memory. Start the engine and see if the problem persists. Good luck
Posted on Oct 31, 2011
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