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My 1998 Dodge Caravan is giving me ses codes 300 301 P0300 is a multicylinder misfire code and p0301 is a cylinder no. 3 msfire code. Check your spark plugs and plug wires.

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code 301, random or cylinder 1 misfire 1997 Dodge Caravan, 3.0L, used scanner, received code 301, random misfire, cylinder 1 misfire Spake pluge could have gone bad, or the Spark Plug wire. Try ...

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Question about 1998 Ram 1500 4WD

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getting 301 and 307 codes 1998 doge ram truck loses power up hill and down shifts engine rpms jump up but truck continues to slow down. runs fine down hill. CYLINDER #1 & #7 MISFIRE DETECTED.

Question about 2002 Grand Caravan

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check engine light is flashing and car is shaking especially when i accelerate You are experiencing a secondary ignition miss fire.The most likely cause would be one or more spark plug wires breaking ...

Question about 2002 Grand Caravan

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dodge ram 1500 4wd and three codes came up P 300 p 301 and p 308 what are these ??? help please!! The codes mean as follows PO300 multiple cylinder misfires PO301 #1 cylinder misfire PO308 #8 cylinder

...Dodge Magnum (2.7 liter V-6). I have a check engine light on and I am receiving 2 Codes with my Auto Scanner Plus. 1). P0300: Random/Multiple Cylinder Misfire Detected. 2). P2305: Ignition Coil B ...

...code like 301 for #1 cylinder. Also check for vacuum leak or a hissing sound. If you have a lean code in it, then a dirty maf senor or maybe a plugged fuel filter. If you have any questions email me ...

301,302,161,306 code numbers,what are they.upon acceleration it is like gas is having problem being sent to engine P300 is random multiple misfire,301 is cylinder 1 misfire. 302 is cylinder 2 misfire

Question about 2001 Dakota

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code 300 and 301 Code 300 is for a random miss, and code 301 is for no power from cylinder one. It could be something mechanical, no spark, or no fuel.

HOW TO FIX DODGE GRAND CARAVAN CODE PO 301 code p 0301 refers to misfire no 1 cylinder most likely a problem injector seldom plug or HT lead or cap but they can be checked as a matter of course

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