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      11-03-2011, 09:01 PM   #1
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Exclamation ses light came on!

so i turned my car on today and noticed it started shaking, soon after the ses light came on, i took it to pepboys and they said it gave a p0302 code, cylinder #2 was misfiring, what can i do? help !?
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      11-04-2011, 01:41 PM   #2
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should i replace the ignition coil??????
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anybody know witch one is coil #2?, do they start from the back end at the front, or the other way????
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Front to Back... front is #1, back is #6.

If you're going to take things apart, maybe it makes sense to replace the plugs at the same time... just a thought.

But you can try moving the coil to a different cylinder and see if the misfire follows first before committing to buying one.

/edit - check the DIY section for coil replacement... there's a good one in there if i remember correctly.
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Front to Back... front is #1, back is #6.

If you're going to take things apart, maybe it makes sense to replace the plugs at the same time... just a thought.

But you can try moving the coil to a different cylinder and see if the misfire follows first before committing to buying one.

/edit - check the DIY section for coil replacement... there's a good one in there if i remember correctly.
cool thanks alot !
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