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P0300 Ford Taurus

What needs to be looked at

Vehicle: 2003 ford taurus 3.0
asked Jan 1, 2014 by anonymous

1 Answer

P0300 Random misfire

Visual inspection should be look at first, what cause random misfire are air / fuel ratio. Low fuel pressure can be one of the causes of random misfire and so are vacuum leaks, unmetered vacuum leaks especially at the MAF (mass air flow) air duct , ruptured PCV hoses to disconnected and rupture vacuum lines.
answered Jan 1, 2014 by Reynaldo (10,104 points)

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