Cross-threaded spark plug.
Other causes include injector, coil, wiring, and internal engine problems.
My stealth doesnt misfire
Cylinder #4 misfireCylinder #4 misfire
P0308 is cylinder #8 misfire. See related question below for info about misfires.
P030* basically means a cylinder has a misfire. P0301 is cylinder #1, P0302 is #2, and so on. P0300 means that there are random misfires caused by a vacuum or compression leak, little or no spark, etc.
It depends on what caused the misfire, and it depends on what you mean. If you are having constant misfires, then there is either something wrong with your ammo, or there is something wrong with the pistol. If you mean what is the proper procedure for clearing a misfire, then you keep the gun pointed in a safe direction and rack the slide to eject the bad round, or open the cylinder and eject it if it is a revolver.
Cylinder #2 misfire.Cylinder #2 misfire.
It means that more than one cylinder has a misfire history. PO301 would be cylinder number 1 misfire. PO302 would be number 3 cylinder misfire.
The heater core will not have an effect on the check engine light. See related question below for more info on misfires and engine light.
With multiple misfires originating from the same coil pack, my guess would be to replace the driver's side coil pack.
try changing the cap and rotor
po300-Random/multiple cylinder misfire detected. po303-Cylinder no. 3 misfire detected. po306-cylinder no. 6 misfire detected po300-Random/multiple cylinder misfire detected. po303-Cylinder no. 3 misfire detected. po306-cylinder no. 6 misfire detected
Cylinder number three misfire.Cylinder number three misfire.
Misfire detected in cylinder number four.Misfire detected in cylinder number four.
Stop by http://www.coloradofans.com there are different people that have had that problem. you can probably message them personally and see how they got to that problem. P0300= Random/ multiple cylinder misfire detected P0301= Misfire detected- cylinder #1 P0302= Misfire detected- cylinder #2 P0303= Misfire detected- cylinder #3 P0304= Misfire detected- cylinder #4 p0305= Misfire detected- cylinder #5 P.S. These are Diagnostic trouble codes, not vechicle id numbers.
this could be caused by a fuel problem, not spark. check to see if your getting spark to the plug. ck to see if the injector is firing, and run a compression test on that cylinder
P0305 and P0306 indicates that cylinder number 6 is experiencing misfires. A misfire occurs when an insufficient amount of fuel is burning in a cylinder. A misfire from one or more cylinders can be caused by many reasons from a faulty ignition system, fuel system, or internal engine failure
Random misfire, cylinder 2 misfire, and cylinder 3 misfire. see related question below.
How is your coil pack ?
P 0304 (M) CYLINDER #4 MISFIRE Misfire detected in cylinder #4
Misfire in Cylinder No. 8.
Have you tried wires, coils or injectors?? Depending on the mileage, a compression check may be in order also. P0300 is random misfire.. P0301 refers to cylinder #1 misfire and P0306 refers to cylinder #6 misfire. Try the simple things like wires 1st... after the compression check.
Error code P308, signifies a cylinder 8 misfire. Other error codes such as P301, P302, P304, P305, P306, P307, P308, P309, P310, P311 and P312 signify misfires on the cylinder of the last 2 numbers of the code.
P0301 is cylinder number one misfire detected.P0301 is cylinder number one misfire detected.