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05-07-2007 10:28 AM #1
P1349 ODB2 Cylinder Misfire w/ fuel cutoff Cause?
Coming home from work on Friday, my engine started running like Michael Moore in a marathon. The idle was extremely rough and when I gave it gas, the car had no power with massive "hiccups" coming from the engine. It threw a Check Engine light soon after.
Luckily I was on my road to my house so I shut off the engine and pushed it into the garage. Of course my roadside assistance has expired, so I am waiting for my AAA to kick in before I can get it towed to the dealer.
I finally got my ODB2 reader back from a friend and found the code to be P1349 Misfire Cylinder 4 with Fuel Cutoff. Any suggestions on the cause? I figure it may be a bad coil or injector, but am not familiar with the ECU's methodology when it starts to detect trouble.
05-07-2007 07:03 PM #2
Re: P1349 ODB2 Cylinder Misfire w/ fuel cutoff Cau
I had the same code. It is most likely due to a bad coilpack. You can get this replaced under the 8-yr warranty for this item.
Hopefully the dealer will change it out on your first visit. On my car, he moved the coil and the plug to different cylinders and I had to come back the following week after I tripped the light again.
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