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Old 08-04-2008, 11:50 AM   #1
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Dizzy #4 cylinder misfire/PCM codes

This is my first post ever on any website. Thanks in advance for any help.
I have a 1997 SL1 automatice that started shifting and kicking hard. The service engine light came on and the code was P0341 #4 misfire. I changed the plugs/wires and then ultimatley the coil packs. I was told if at night when you spray the packs and see aching, that could be the problem. I am a newbee to the do it your self way. None of those worked. I had a transmission guy i trust test drive the car on two seperate occasions. There were no transmission codes at all. He believes that it still must be something with the #4 misfire followed by all the Power control moduel codes. The lilne pressure was up to 150's and higher. I guess that's not good. The last thing i tried was, I replaced the #4 injector and i ended up messing up the fuel regulator($268 at the shop) ouch! That's my story. Any advice?

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Old 08-05-2008, 09:53 AM   #2
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Default Re: #4 cylinder misfire/PCM codes

Here's the best advice I can give you. You have an S series car, repost your question in the S series forum cause that's where most of the S series guys hang out. Welcome to the boards, and you're not the first who's posted in the wrong forum, by my count you're somewhere in the 500's.

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