How To Fix A Random Misfire Code P0300




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Michael Molash: It looks/sounds like the audio is misfiring on the video.

Snowflakesdog: Scotty please help I have a P0300 runs fine the only thing is it has a rough start up and the rpm bounce

Ch Rehman: Help my car misfire in 80 speed and scaner give me code p0300

SUGAR JONES: He lives in the ghetto

Ricardo Upalia: Great Men, great job...

Amulek Sanchez: My 350 keeps throwing the P0300 code. I've replaced the packs, plugs and even the crank sensor cause some people said that might work. They also said changing the camshaft sensor might work so what would you suggest?

Guuden High: Great advice.

Qasim Dahham: Thank you so much so useful videos and too useful channel.
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Caleb Bay: Two of my wheels are bent. When shopping for new wheels and tires I am being careful to find wheels that are EXACTLY the same size. Its really tempting to get the most cool looking ones at the best price but in doing so I am afraid a different size would cause problems. What kind of problems can the wrong size wheels and tires cause to wheel bearings, axels, joints, bushes and other parts? I know I don't want to change the size but I am not sure exactly why. I liked your video on the lift kit and whould love to know your thoughts on tire/wheel size. Also why exactly do tire shops require all 4 tires be replaced on an all wheel drive vehicle? They wont sell me just two. They try to explain why but don't do a very good job of it.

John Hendricks: thanks man

IrAbynormal: I'm getting a p0301 p0302 p0303 p0304 and p0300 on a 2005 Honda Civic Lx Special Edition. The car was parked for 5 months and did not have a check engine light on when I parked it. I was going to take it in for a smog check and saw the light as soon as I fired it up, engine was running smooth at idle so I turned it off and removed gas cap and put it back on light was still there. I have a ODB 2 scanner so I hooked it up and those are the codes I got. I wish I had that nifty battery tester cause after sitting so long maybe it's that.

Justin bustin: Mine is valve guide seals bad and shorten the life of the plugs. Only once in a while get misfire at idle. I have all the power in the world when driving tho.

Richie Grows: Im getting the check engine light only at high speeds when i press down on the throttle and also on hills..i have this code, any ideas?

TheHeadHunter1000: Thanks scotty. I just got myself an OBD2 tester and had this code. My car didn't want to start at all. After checking the air intake, the spark plugs, and the battery. I got her to run again. But a lot of unusual squeaking from the belt went from wet water squeaking to a lot noisier. Died shortly after though. But got her running again. Still not sure what is up...

Jerry Cannon: I've learned that the spark plug holes could have moisture sitting in around them. Maybe a valve cover is leaking oil. There's a puddle of oil building up and. Creeps its way up into coil boot. Killing the fire

Jim McGettigan: Thanks Scotty. I just changed out my battery on an 08 Hemi and it seems to have taken care of the engine light/ P0300 issue. The battery tests weak under load test but seemed to have no hesitation in starting the engine. Hopefully no more scares for me while driving in Mexico’s badlands. Thanks again.

Mandy Haworth: Right on man thank you this really helped

Jack Johnson: I changed every single one of these and none fixed the problem

Philip Anthony: Thanks scotty!

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