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Van shaking and misfiring.
Hello, a P0300 is a general misfire code without pointing to any one cylinder. There should be more codes present indicating which cylinder(s) have a misfire condition. You are correct in stating that a misfire is a combustion concern. To...
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White smoke comes from my exhaust when I hit gas. When wet underneath it looses power.
white smoke pouring from the exhaust while the vehicle is running is usually a sign of a failed head gasket seal. This failed seal allows coolant into the combustion chamber and the white smoke you see is the steam from...
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Oil fouls one spark plug - possible cause and recommendations to repair.
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