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Code P0300 99 chev cavilier 2.2 and ets light and flashing engine light and evaporation code

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P0300 is a random misfire code. Most of the time you need to replace the ign. coils they break down due to heat and age. Hope this helps.

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This may sound funny, but try tightening or replacing the fuel cap. They are quite often the culprit behind EVAP codes. Hope this helps.

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