Question about 2004 Dodge Neon
Keeps throwing the p0302 and a p0300 i have changed the coil pack plugs wires injectors dont know what else to do
How do you know the coil pack is bad ? Did you test it , or are you going just by the P0302 - P0300 ? These codes do not mean the coil pack is bad ! Could have a vacuum leak , could have weak fuel pump , partially plugged fuel filter ! The engine could have a mechanical fault , burnt valve , bent valve , bad head gasket ! Sounds like you need stop wasting your money an take it to a pro !
Posted on Feb 22, 2015
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