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P0306 OBD-II Trouble Code: Cylinder 6 Misfire Detected
P0306 code definition Cylinder 6 Misfire Detected What the P0306 code means P0306 is an OBD-II generic code that the engine control module (ECM) detected a misfire on cylinder number 6...

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Car has trouble starting and misfires.
A new ignition coil is a very likely suspect for this issue. I would recommend enlisting the assistance of a YourMechanic technician to diagnose your issue. Have the technician switch the suspect ignition coil with a known good one and...
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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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When I press the gas the car does not accelerate but instead makes a high rev noise.
Hello. If the car is in "Drive" and you attempt to accelerate from a standing start and yet the car does not move forward, you have a problem with the transmission (perhaps the linkages) and/or torque converter. The misfire code...
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My automatic 2009 Jeep Wrangler shows 4 codes: P0562, P0306, C00377 & B2100.
Hi there, thanks for writing in. I would suggest replacing the battery first. A battery at 10V usually means one of the cells has failed. The P0306 code points out a misfire on cylinder 6. Since it is only one...
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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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I want to what is the issue if the code number is P0306?
Hello there, many faults will cause a misfire in cylinder 6 with your 2007 Lexus LS460. You have done great in replacing the coil pack as these can defiantly cause the misfire. Other potential causes are the spark plugs, fuel...
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Cylinder 6 misfire
Hey there. If after replacing all those items, the cylinder #6 misfire code remains, then there are a few other possibilities. This could possibly be a fuel injector fault. The injector can be clogged or simply worn from age and...

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