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P0302 OBD-II Trouble Code: Cylinder 2 Misfire Detected
P0302 code definition Cylinder 2 misfire detected What the P0302 code means Most vehicles have either 4 or 6 cylinders. Each cylinder fires a spark plug one after another. A spark...

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Don't understand CEL Codes.
The codes P0300 through P0306 are for misfires of random cylinders or different cylinders. The second code P1456 is for the evaporative fuel tank system having a leak somewhere in the system. Since you are getting random misfires, then I...
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Repeated Fuel Injector Seal Failure
O-rings on fuel injectors have to be liberally lubricated with engine oil prior to installation. Installation is typically made with a twisting motion as you push the injector into the bore on the fuel rail. Be sure the aluminum surface...
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What sensor affects bank 2?
Code PO302 refers to a misfire. P1153 refers to the O2 sensor not switching often enough. This sensor monitors how often a lean to rich condition or rich to lean condition is present. When there is inconsistency in this, the...
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P0302 (rear rotor misfire) and CEL not going away
Hey there. Your engine is misfiring but not until your engine is at high RPMs. The cause can be that you are not getting enough fuel or spark to the cylinder. You should have the engine cleaned of carbon, clean...
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Found out 1st cylinder in car has no compression....what are my options?
The first thing you have to do is confirm such a diagnosis by getting a second opinion. It is unusual for three cylinders to be perfectly normal and one to have "no" compression. Nevertheless, it is possible. A cylinder...
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Timing chain problem?
It could very well be a timing chain problem. The P0016 and 17 indicate that the camshaft sensors are sensing the camshaft in a position that does not logically correspond with the crankshaft. The P0302 and P0355 codes are misfire...
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Check engine light P0302
Hello there, thanks for your question. I'd be happy to help. It does sound like a bad ignition coil is the cause of this P0302 trouble code. This is not uncommon since your car has over 100,000 miles. If it...
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Engine Light/ Maintenance Required/ TCS Light on
All these codes point to engine misfires. You should pull the spark plug wires to see if oil is on the spark plug wires causing the misfire. You would need to replace the valve cover gaskets and spark plug tube...
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Misfire code 302 cylinder 2
Hey there. Your logic is absolutely correct. This is in fact one of the most commonly used ways to diagnose a bad ignition coil. If the trouble code turns to a P0301, the ignition coil is faulty. If the trouble...
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Engine light keeps turning on, 2006 Dodge Caravan
It sounds to me like the dealership simply tightened the gas cap and didn't charge you for it nor recorded the transaction. Not to worry though. I don't believe tightening the gas cap would be the proper repair. What you...
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Trying to fix a P0302 code
P0300 codes are misfire codes. The last digit indicates the cylinder where the misfire has been detected. So your work on the 2nd cylinder ignition is on the right track. But when you have a car that misses at idle...
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Rough idle/Check Engine light/Cylinder # 2 misfre
Hello, thank you for writing in. The spark plugs may absolutely be the cause of your misfire. Even if only one cylinder is registering a misfire at this time, you should replace all of them at the same time. The...
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codes p0174, p0302, and p2A03 read on code reader.
Hi there. What is happening is the codes are reading for a misfire on cylinder number 2 and the system is too lean on bank 2. Check the spark plugs and the fuel injector on cylinder 2 to see if...
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My 2004 Jaguar VDP Engine is misfiring/vibrating and its performance/acceleration is restricted!
Hello. The misfires, along with the symptoms you are experiencing can be caused by a wide variety of different things. The restricted performance light and settings are activated when the computer detects that there is an issue that could potentially...
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P0302 code/CEL. Spark plugs could be cause but not sure
This code relates to a misfire which may be caused by many different reasons. This may be caused by faulty spark plug wires or plugs, a faulty coil pack, faulty O2 sensors or potentially a dirty or clogged fuel injector....
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Check Engine Light is on - P0302 and P0304. Ignition coil recently replaced.
The two Diagnostic Trouble Codes, P0304 and P0302, refer to cylinder misfiring. A faulty ignition coil, spark plug, wire, and so forth can cause a cylinder to misfire but there are other possible causes, too. Consequently, the only way to...
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Misfire codes and no-start. What could it be?
Fault codes for P0300, P0301, P0302, etc. indicate misfires. P0301 would indicate cylinder #1 misfiring, P0302 would indicate cylinder #2 misfiring,etc. Code P2159 has to do with the VTEC system malfunction. If all this started after the timing belt replacement,...
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What's wrong with my car
Hello. You will want to start by looking at these issues separately, keep it simple. When coolant flows into the overflow reservoir it means that the coolant is heating up, expanding, and needs a place to go. Typically the coolant...
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Continuous misfire of cylinder 2
Cylinder compression in all four cylinders should be verified. Secondary firing patterns should be scoped to get independent verification (i.e., apart from what the OBD-II system might be reporting) that indeed the problem is just in cylinder no. 2. If...
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P0201 p0300 p0301 p0302 check engine light flashing. Good place to start?
Hello and thanks for your question. There is a misfire detected between cylinder 1 and cylinder 2. The codes P0301 and P0302 are directly related to cylinder 1 and cylinder 2. The code P0300 means that there is a random...

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