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2004 Saturn, "L" series, 3 liter V-6. po300,

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300 is random misfire and 306 is cylinder #6, I would check the coil pack on #6. If it has separate coils per cyliner, swap the coil, see if the misfire goes to that cylinder. If it does replace the coil.
If it has three coil packs you can still swap the coils. If that doesn't fix your problem, then you will have to check the injector with an ohm meter. resistance between the prongs should be between 11 to 15 ohms. check another injector and they should be relatively close. Let me know
Good luck
Randy

Posted on Nov 09, 2010

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