They took of the plugs and said they looked new, and they checked the coils and said they looked as though they had recently been changed. Tell you car technician to check all the above mentioned possibilities. Ran for a year with no problems but now I have the code again. The po191 is low fuel pressure. If you hear an irregular clicking sound or no click at all, the injector might be failing or inoperative. This is the most complete list I have seen. It literally takes less than 2 minutes.
Figured if I was going to do it I might as well make sure nothing was left off. These are common to fail. If it has been some time since you have replaced the spark plugs this may be an opportune time to do so. If you need to dig into your doors, dash or console, Alldatadiy. Coil pack ohm out good. Replace the spark plug if necessary.
P300 is misfire on unknown cylinder. Think about it this way. The problem was 2 burned exhaust valves, one in cylinder 5 and one in cylinder 6. However, also includes disassembly instructions for interior trim panels and exterior items like headlights and tail lights. Had a technician fixed by, 1.
I had the same problem. Replaced oil pan gasket and front main seal. If the code comes back on, that tells me that the coil which is next in line is the culprit. The check engine light came back on. Also take a close look at the coil or distributor on some older vehicles at the other end of the wire, and check for any signs or burning.
The truck seems to run fine except for the engine light. Just take your time and look up some diagrams and you will… Before changing any parts related to the odometer in the 1999 Ford F150, it would be a good idea to rule out the common intermittent odometer problem that is extremely common in these vehicles. Check for damaged insulation like burns and cuts. Turn on the engine and let it idle. Clear codes but they keep coming back. In the shop, I will suggest a tune up, plugs and wires, fuel filter and top off the fluids.
As a mechanic, this is a typical engine code that most every car comes across in its lifetime. But more than likely, it simply means that it might be time for an inspection of the plugs and wires. The problem is the slip pin that rides on the gear for the tilt. You can use a code scanner to find out what's wrong. I had the same problem. Look up B, C, U and P codes to diagnose your car problem.
I also have oil loss about 8 months that may or may not be related. On the po316, I have found cases of the coil being bad and causing the rough idle, and a bad connection on the B+ wire at the coil. What else could it be? This all has to be checked. I diagnosed it by trading wire 1 and 5 at the coil,and the code changed to P0301. Check the fuel injector feeding the intake valve on cylinder number 1.
Error codes are back and it still misses in neutral at higher rpms. You have codes for the two cylinders on the same coil,so this is most likely it. Your problem is either a bad plug, a bad coil or the plug boot. Your check engine light indicates there is a problem with a component. I had a coupon and could get a price from them so that is why they won my business. Oil — about a quart after every two or three fill ups.