Service Engine Codes

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jaxon
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by jaxon » Mon Aug 11, 2008 11:06 am
Yeah there is no cam sensor. I changed my plug wires because they were pretty old, and I was told my a goodwrench mechanic that the car throws those codes when there is a misfire or problem with cylinders 1 or 4 due to wires. If you haven't changed your plug wires it wouldn't hurt to do so. I don't think changing your plug wires is as costly as changing the coil. I would try that first and see what happens.

 

qiksc2
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by qiksc2 » Mon Aug 11, 2008 1:13 pm
I've had the p0341 code before. I also had a big problem with p0300 random cylinder misfire. The car didnt misfire but the computer thought it was misfiring on 1 and 4. Plugs, wires, coils, and the module were all new. I had to do a crankshaft variation learn procedure on it with a tech 2. I work at a gm dealer so luckily I have access to their equipment.

 

PurpleRain
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by PurpleRain » Mon Aug 11, 2008 7:52 pm
Thanks! The feaking light went out today. My plugs and wires are new (beginning of summer) Coil packs are not.
Ericaxhgwx
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by Ericaxhgwx » Sat Oct 07, 2017 2:40 pm
for the last 2 weeks my service engine soon light has been coming on and then going off a few starts later. I think it might be the Racetrack gas I put in her. Getting some shell today.
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