Mechanics

I CANT FIGURE OUT MY RANDOM CYLINDER MISFIRE IN ALL 6 CYLINDERS.

1996 Chrysler Sebring • 166,000 miles

My vehicles check engine light flashes quite often at random times, and random speed. It gives me random cylinder misfire codes from P0300 to P0306. I have changed the EGR valve, distributer cap, rotor, plugs, and wires and would like to know where to go from here.
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Kodyclarence
October 7, 2012.



Check the fuel pressure and try replacing the fuel filter if it is a long time since it was last replaced.


KHLow2008
Oct 7, 2012.
Ok. I will do that. I don't believe my vehicle has a fuel filter. I haven't checked but it was mentioned to me that that particular vehicle doesn't. Another thing is when I am driving and my vehicle starts to misfire the car will jerk once for just a second and it shuts the check engine light off and turns it back on. Not like a flash like when it misfires. Sometimes it will do that a couple times in about 2-3 second intervals. Now that you mention fuel pressure it could be that it loses fuel completely for a second.


Tiny
Kodyclarence
Oct 7, 2012.
With such symptoms, I believe it is more likely to be electrical rather than the fuel pressure.

Check for loose connections of wire connectors, especially those around the PCM.

All vehicles would have a fuel filter only the location differs. Which engine do you have?


KHLow2008
Oct 7, 2012.
It is the 2.5 V6 DOHC. I've checked all of the wiring to emissions components and things like that and they all seem to be fine. No cracks, corrosion, loose connections, nothing. I thought maybe the 02 sensors were setting it off, but no 02 sensor codes are popping up. I've hooked a scan tool up to it and checked the freeze frames and it says its setting the codes off at about 68 MPH. But the engine light will go off at random speeds.


Tiny
Kodyclarence
Oct 7, 2012.
If thee is a fault, the MIL should stay on under normal circumstances. Blinking MIL indicates it is most likely related to the PCM.


KHLow2008
Oct 7, 2012.
Is that the computer of the vehicle?


Tiny
Kodyclarence
Oct 7, 2012.
Fuel-Filter
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Tiny
CJ MEDEVAC
Oct 7, 2012.
Yes, PCM is the engine computer.


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Oct 7, 2012.
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Tiny
CJ MEDEVAC
Oct 7, 2012.
Just past the 10 pm mark here, I should be going for supper, lol.


KHLow2008
Oct 7, 2012.
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