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Check engine timing of cam and crankshaft, inspect your timing belt. check to see if your fuel system is faulty. Check for a clogged fuel filter, or if your fuel pump don't run at all, replace the "fuel pump relay". Sometimes your fuel pump will run, but be too weak to hold pressure, which will let your car idle somewhat, but be too weak to run the engine at speed or under load.
Well code 306 is for a miss on cylinder six and code 316 is for a miss detected on startup, which you probably already know. Since I assume you have replaced the ignition parts for that cylinder, the next component to check is the injector. You may want to check fuel pressure too.
sounds like a cam chirping, cant remember if that was normal for that engine, mine did it randomly, oil light could be a bad pressure sensor, hopefully it isnt your bearings wearing out, good luck i hated this car
I would start by looking for a broken vacuum hoses. That would cause 2 of the codes. The other 2198 is stating that the o2 is stuck rich. Look for the vacuum leak and let me know when you have that or if you do not find one.
Run in to autozone, pep boys, or other major autoparts store & they will usually do a free code scan for you. Once you know code, easier & better/cheaper to fix, than guessing & replacing parts that are fine.
your code is or the following. Fuel Pump Secondary Circuit Malfunction. This may involve removing your gas tank to fix. Go to the parts store and they can get you the parts you need and let you know for sure.