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02 camaro v6

Continual back fire.. throwing a multiple code..... Changed all three coils and all plugs... problem persists

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  • evanmanzo Jul 19, 2008

    Not sure of the numbers but its a multiple missfire fire code.. Originially it was throwing a miss fire code for cylinder 5 but aftter i changed all coils and plugs and plug wires its not throwing the multiple missfire code

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What the code thanks pierre

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