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Old 06-11-2018, 10:51 PM
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okay. So. My beloved baby is having some issues and being that itís my daily... well... trying to stave off looming depression.

So. I got that nifty Po303 code. engine is idling rough. Itís an automatic 2008 limited. Only thing is, Iím not super sure which cylinder is 3. So. I need some help. Looking down at the engine where the passenger side is on my left and driver on my right is this the order?

P D
5 6
3 4
1 2

OR

P D
3 6
2 5
1 4


I bought a new coil pack and changed out what I thought was #3 but still throwing same code. Wires and plugs are next (just had plugs changed though).

If anyone one would be willing to help me figure this one out Iíd really appreciate it. Would like to take this cute bar tender Iíve been talking to out to dinner sometime soon. Iím happy to post results on both if any of yíall can help me out.
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Oh. And for ease of reference Po303 is cylinder misfire #3
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Old 06-12-2018, 08:41 AM
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Sumgun. Thank you sir. Much appreciated.
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No problemo
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Old 06-12-2018, 10:07 PM
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Hey all!!!!

solved it. Some shining excuse for humanity didnít get the wire on the spark plug on the right plug on #3. This caused the plug on the left to go as well. Both had CRAZY amounts of carbon build up. Like Iíve seen less carbon in my grandadís ash tray.

switched out both plugs and she purrs.

now to get that bar tender out for dinner.
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Good deal ! ( beware of bartenders - they are usually smarter than you )
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