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Why does malfunction light come on & car misfires/pinks randomly?

Sometimes pinks without light coming on?

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A misfire condition will trigger the malfunction light to come on. Other engine malfunctions will do it too. Have a diagnostic meter connected to find out how many codes are generated so you will know what other problems may be happening.

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SOURCE: random misfire on cylinders 1,3 & 5, 2001

changed out spark plugs/wires and possibly the distributor cap

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You don't have any idea where the misfire
is from, at this point,find out

You installed parts

That is not what you do,you diagnose & find
the cause of the misfire,no parts involved there

You don't have the professional tools or software
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no where

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The error code P0300 pertains to the above described random misfire or in some instances multiple misfire. The last digit (except when zero) wold points to which cylinder is not firing.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards. Thank you for using FixYa.

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