Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by 05 Nemesis Prime, Aug 11, 2016.
Maybe a complete tune up is in order.
The coil pack i replaced was the forward one closest to the front with four wires going to it because those were the wires that were chewed. the codes thrown were P0352 and P0353 but that coil pack i replaced dont go to the #2 or #3 cylinders. Since there are only 5 primary circuits which cylinders are tied into each other? I am thinking i will have to replace the other coil pack aswell.
Don't drive it misfiring!
Have you checked continuity between each wire in plug on PCM and coil pack plugs yet?? I wouldn't throw a coil at it till you make sure wires are correct.
Dtc 352 and 353 are not cylinder codes! They're coil codes and likely again from the wiring.
Truck it to Waco and let the Dr. fix it. :rock:
I NEED MORE POWER SCOTTY!!!!! It's almost 10 am there so answer your phone dude! I think I left a message on your phone as I'm not sure if it's still your number. The voice on the answering message said to leave my info but the voice (although sounded familiar) never said who it belonged to. I think it may be time for me to take a drive up into Waco soon.
Hey Antknee, I just got your message boss. I'm at Six Flags spoiling my daughter but I'll call you shortly when I find a quiet area boss. More Powa is great
Replaced the plugs, wires and battery, checked for continuity on all pins from the coil connector to the PCM connector, PCM connector with the coil plug connected and fuel injector connectors and everything checks good. Still have CEL and same codes are thrown. Any ideas on how to clear it?
After biting the bullet I decided to take her to the dealership. I filed a claim with my insurance (USAA) and told them what happened even the repair I did to the connectors. They sent an appraiser out for pictures and estimate for the repairs and responded back with they will cover the damage since I had comprehensive coverage and it was "an act of nature". Total for a new PCM, R&R both coil packs and labor would have been $2362.74 but so I just pay a $100 deducible and I'm good? Hell Yeah! But I'm really kicking my self in the A$$ for replacing the spark plugs, wires and battery. Those could have come out on their dime, oh well had the satisfaction on working under the hood.
Glad to hear you have I sorted.
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