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You can not use the copy feature if your printer is "printing". You can scan while other is printing simply because scanning is not using the printer's print heads. Therefore if you are printing, you can not copy at the same time.

Is your printer printing OK? So you should be able to copy as well. Press COPY button when the printer is ready. Basically, you have the Copy (Black) and Copy Color options. If you have 1 option only, pressing COPY makes you choose black or COlor using the keypad selector. Just choose any option and press OK or START.

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2004 ford taurus 3.0 dohc missing ecm codes po351 po352 po354 replaced coils and plugs all new gaskets checked all hoses no leakes.


Do you know for a fact cylinders one two and four are firing ?
The codes are for circuit problems with the coils on those cylinders. The coils get power from the PCM power relay and the engine computer grounds each coil to fire the spark plug. The codes mean the coils are not firing, and since you replaced the coils there may be too much resistance in the circuits coming from the computer.

Feb 28, 2014 | 2004 Ford Taurus

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Bad igniter


xv20 ? USA> all answers by me , USA. so.....????
guessing? why not post symptoms,????
does car have an Immoblizer, and if yes, is it ACTIVE? (dash lamp)?
did you scan it, scan the PCM and crank for 5seconds.
yes?
it will tell you what is bad. CMP or CKP
did it?
what displacement v6 (guessing at)
3.0 L 1MZ-FE V6 192 hp

did you ever remove the Vbank covers and note this is a COP
engine (coil over plugs) and has 6 cops and 6 ignitors?
are all 6 cops dead, ID BET NOT !!!
but if ALL were, then the ECU will tell you why back to my scan quesiton at top;. dead CMP, dead CKP.
my 1998 cars has (outside ignitors) even with COP engines.
later they moved the ignitors to the cop or ECU.
this car has an external. called the ICM
$265,. so dont guess.
swap cops to find out if the ICM is dead or the cop.
easy huh? if the problem sticks in place , its a bad ICM.
The ECU fires the ICM using 3 wires, and a feed back wire.
the ECU will tell you if the ICM fails. scan it.
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Jan 28, 2014 | 1998 Toyota Camry

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I have a 1999 grand vitara and i am only getting spark from #2,#3,#4and 5 coil im not getting any spark from #1and 6. switch the coil pack same thing



old post. but ill try.for others.
no spark , by WHAT MEANS, test spark plug or DTC codes
just a clue here , really helps. no spark tell me not much.


the V6, 2.5L ???? lots of years, and some have radially different
park systems. (2.0L v6 is case in point)
ill answer for 99 GV , USA. No country stated. so.... ham strung.
now i must look up what coil pack yours has, mine has 6 COPS
would be nice if you said COPS or I have 8 coils.
as some have wasted spark with only 3 coils in a brick.
i go to alldata.com, so can you.
i click spark pages.
H25 engine.
has 6 cops. in 1999 here, just like my 04 (igitors are in the COPS)

no spark using a real test new spark plug ,gapped correctly
at 2 coils. 3pin COPs. do not use wrong type COPs. or blow up ECU.
is:
  1. lost 12v to both dead cops
  2. ECU bad. driving both. (or wires to it)
  3. lost ground conn. to those 2 COPS.
  4. Connectors on those 2 are corroded. (3 pins)
  5. The boots on both are full of carbon tracking and are shorted. a very common fail on old COPS. i buy new boots, they are like $15 not $75 to 150 each full cop.

COP means, COIL over PLUG.(spark plug)

my answers only cover USA spec cars....

did you test he cop boots off, cop?????
can be done.
(hands in pocket test or you glow like a June bug or worse)
100,000 volts there, open circuit, not fun to get NAILED.
been so , 100s of times.but not on HEI, only once. never again.

Jan 14, 2014 | Suzuki Grand Vitara Cars & Trucks

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Suzuki grand vitara 2002 4cyl no spark.


THE PCM driver the COPS direct.
2.0L engine right> always post engine type. displacement.
the 2005 has no fire wall mounted ignitor, like older suz.
the ECU is direct drive to COPs.
in a real shop we check the input to the COP if its bad , the ecu or the wires from ECU to COP are bad.
there are only 3 parts. here. not counting the spark plug
ECU/PCM , wires. and COP.
only using a scope can you tell if the pulses to the coil are present.
they are fast pulse on the order of 3/1000th of a second.

Mar 14, 2013 | Suzuki Grand Vitara Cars & Trucks

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Hyundai elantra trouble code po0355


Potential causes of a P0355 code include:
  • Short to voltage or ground on COP driver circuit
  • Open on COP driver circuit
  • Loose connection at coil or broken connector locks
  • Bad Coil (COP)
  • Faulty Powertrain Control Module
elm327 can help you clear the p0355.

Jul 08, 2012 | Hyundai Cars & Trucks

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I want to replace the spark plugs in my 2004 chevy tracker. Are they under covers, and what problems might I encounter removing the covers?


they are under the COPS *coil over plugs"
which is under the cop covers.

the cops are hard to remove without breaking them.

here my way, retried mech.
disonnect the cover
remove,its locked,dontforceit. the cop connector.
unscrew the 8mm screw.
gently remove the COP by twisting and turning ,
it will be stuck.

for me the top of the coil pops off and there is spring there exposed.
on some that are stuck.
i then inject silicon pen oil. into the tiny hole on the top of stuck boot.
i wait , 5m. then i blow shop air into this hole and the boot comes out.

doing this job without 1 spare cop is not good.

see my photos here.
last link is your motor
http://kick-fix.com/find-parts.html

Mar 21, 2010 | Spark Plugs BR4HS Plug 10/BX #3322

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P0351 ingnition coil ciruit problem intermentent problem


1. Disconnect the voltage regulator connection at the alternator assembly and start the engine to see if it runs better or not and to see if the same coil-on-plug (COP) unit codes reset.

2. If the engine operation is good unless the voltage regulator connection is plugged in, it suggests a diode failure of the alternator assembly creating electrical noise.

3. If the engine operation is not any different with the voltage regulator connection unplugged, check the COP unit circuits at the PCM for battery voltage with the ignition switch in the run position and the COP's connected. Perform a wiggle test of the circuits and harness to verify that battery voltage to the PCM cannot be interrupted indicating a PCM failure.
COP 1 is controlled by a Light Green/White (LG/WH) wire at pin 1 of the C175e connector.
COP 2 is controlled by a Pink/White (PK/WH) wire at pin 12 of the C175e connector.
COP 3 is controlled by a White/Pink (WH/PK) wire at pin 24 of the C175e connector.
COP 4 is controlled by a Dark Green/Violet (DG/VT) wire at pin 35 of the C175e connector.
COP 5 is controlled by a Light Green/Yellow (LG/YE) wire at pin 36 of the C175e connector.
COP 6 is controlled by a Orange/Yellow (OG/YE) wire at pin 22 of the C175e connector. 1. There have been a lot of problems with the coil circuit wires breaking inside their insulation near the Powertrain Control Module (PCM) connector, usually within 2" of the PCM. Wiggle test the wiring harness, starting from the PCM and working toward the coil. 1. Verify battery power is present and consistent on the Red (RD) wire of multiple Coil-On-Plug (COP) unit connections.

2. If the battery power supply to the COPs is good, disconnect and inspect the C133 engine harness connector at the top of the engine for a possible connection issue. This connector is a grey 16-terminal connector. It may be behind the rear side of the intake plenum. Service the connection as necessary.

3. Disconnect the PCM connection and inspect the COP unit primary circuits and terminals at the C175E connection. Service the connection as necessary.

4. If the circuits and connections all appear to be in good condition, replace the PCM. Replacement of the PCM will require a programming function to be performed using the Ford scan tool for Passive Anti-theft System (PATS) functions and the PCM is an 8 year/80,000 mile (7/70 for CA state emissions) warranty item.

Oct 13, 2009 | 2005 Ford Escape

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Misfire on cylinder 6 on a 2002 ford escape 3.0 6 cylinder DOHC


the back side is from front(passenger side) of engine 1,2,3
front side is 4,5,6

Mar 17, 2009 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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