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02 C2

 

 

I pulled:

P0300

p0301

P0306

 

Random multiple cylinder misfire

Cylinder 1 misfire

Cylinder 6 misfire

 

Also, not sure if its related but I have a very light oil leak. Its a few drops over a couple of weeks that has accumulated to about a 6”x6” spot. I havent driven the car in over a month and last time I did it drove perfect. I was going to finally take it out and I got about 2 blocks before the CEL came on. So I drove it back to the garage and pulled the codes. I didnt feel any loss of power or vibrations that a multiple cylinder misfire would create.

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8 minutes ago, Eștii said:

02 C2

 

 

I pulled:

P0300

p0301

P0306

 

Random multiple cylinder misfire

Cylinder 1 misfire

Cylinder 6 misfire

 

Also, not sure if its related but I have a very light oil leak. Its a few drops over a couple of weeks that has accumulated to about a 6”x6” spot. I havent driven the car in over a month and last time I did it drove perfect. I was going to finally take it out and I got about 2 blocks before the CEL came on. So I drove it back to the garage and pulled the codes. I didnt feel any loss of power or vibrations that a multiple cylinder misfire would create.

 

Oil leaks and misfires are often the result of the oil getting to the coil packs and/or plugs.  You need to get the car up in the air, find the leak and fix it.  I would then pull at least cylinders 1 and 6 coil packs and plugs and have a good look at them.  If the packs are cracked, you may be in the market for some new coils.

 

Good luck.

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Agree totally with JFP.  Coil  packs and plugs are where to start.  Check them out.  Also, not having driven in over a month means perhaps your tank of gas is old.  Might not be the problem but adding some Techron to the tank, and a full fresh tank of gas wouldn't hurt.  Plan on changing the oil after that tank has run through.

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