How To Repair Cylinder Misfire – P0300, P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, P0306.

How To Repair Cylinder Misfire – 2007 Nissan Altima Case in point.

Needed Parts:

Ignition Coil Wire Boot
http://www.amazon.com/gp/lookup/ref=as_li_qf_sp_sr_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&imaginative=9325&index=aps&keywords and phrases=Ignition%20Coil%20Wire%20Boot%20Nissan%20Altima&linkCode=as2&tag=dp051-20&linkId=3SPGMS2XAQENDONC

OR

Ignition Coil Pack
http://www.amazon.com/gp/lookup/ref=as_li_qf_sp_sr_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&imaginative=9325&index=aps&keywords and phrases=Ignition%20Coil%20for%202007%20Nissan%20Altima&linkCode=as2&tag=dp051-20&linkId=T3BBMAWEZZV7WNQL

Car or truck Diagnostic Resource
http://www.amazon.com/gp/lookup/ref=as_li_qf_sp_sr_il_tl?ie=UTF8&camp=1789&imaginative=9325&index=aps&keywords and phrases=OBDII%20Car%20Diagnostic%20Tool&linkCode=as2&tag=dp051-20&linkId=3LTR254MYP3RVLJD

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Comments

  1. Patrick Fogarty
    Patrick Fogarty 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Nice work! Very clear and thorough.

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  2. gauchoms
    gauchoms 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Excellent! I used a cheap ODBII bluetooth and android app ODBII Doctor. But i didn't know how fix it. Probably i will buy a expensive car part. Thanks and sorry my mistakes.. i dont speak english :D

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  3. Peter Meiwaku
    Peter Meiwaku 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    super easy to understand and you only give important facts. this is one of the BEST videos i've viewed. thank you ! A+

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  4. Ken Francisco
    Ken Francisco 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Very well done. I've heard it said that Nissan is the Ford of Japan. I'm beginning to believe that. For your after-market boots to be of a better design than oem is a clue right there. Also, My dad used to have an 03 Nissan Sentra and replacing the $800 engine computer….it fixed a bad code and an intermittent stall he was having . For the longest time, I said it can't be the brain box because this is a Nissan….they are high quality, they just don't go bad like a Chevy but replacing it fixed the problem in the end. What's with Nissan?

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  5. Cristian Deras
    Cristian Deras 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Awesome dude, nice and clear video, thank you

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  6. Jean JeanSaint
    Jean JeanSaint 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    I think where is problem coming from . Thanks for this video………

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  7. Gary Feldman
    Gary Feldman 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    I had same problem. Bought small packet of dielectric grease and put it on the boot and it seems to have fixed it. Cost about one dollar.

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  8. Tanya Castro
    Tanya Castro 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    I just replaced 3 out of six coil ignition on my 04 Honda Accord and one of the brand new one still didn't work. My engine light is flickering on and off. The car starts just rough idling. Is it the wire for that one cool or something else?

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  9. blown stroker
    blown stroker 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    great job! with calm and clearity.6

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  10. Chris Duke
    Chris Duke 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    So, the original part "only lasted 100,000 miles" huh… wow, that sucks…

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  11. james mcwilliams
    james mcwilliams 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    very well made and very helpful thanks

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  12. Reginald Wilson
    Reginald Wilson 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Man you made that look so easy wow

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  13. Jim Isom
    Jim Isom 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    On my Toyota T100 I just got a P0303 Multiple misfires on cylinders 1,2, and 3. I think cylinders 1 and 4 fire from same coil pack . Cylinders 2 and 5 from the same coil pack, and cylinders 3 and 6 from the same coil pack. But no misfire on cylinders 4,5, and 6. Are all three coil packs bad? Or is there another problem?

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  14. Helwing Peña
    Helwing Peña 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Thanks for the video!

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  15. NYCmob79
    NYCmob79 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Good presentation, thanks for sharing.

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  16. Michael Lsiter
    Michael Lsiter 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    i have a vauxhall zafira 2003 1.8 (people carrier, i replaced spark plugs and car was juddering, so replaced coil pack (mine are not separate coils like in this video), car is still juddering. i did teh pedal test for codes as i have no test kit. codes was reading
    P0170 Rich Exhaust C-30
    P0170 Lean Exhaust C-30

    P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected B-22
    P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected B-22
    P0303 Cylinder 3 Misfire Detected B-22
    P0304 Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected B-22
    P0304 Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected B-22
    P0304 Cylinder 4 Misfire Detected B-22

    P0130 O2 Sensor Circuit High Voltage (Bank 1 Sensor 1) C-30
    P0130 O2 Sensor 1 Circuit Voltage Low C-30
    P0130 O2 Sensor 1 Open Circuit C-30
    P0130 O2 Sensor 1 Incorrect Signal C-30

    P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected B-22
    P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected B-22
    P0301 Cylinder 1 Misfire Detected B-22

    P0110 Intake Air Temperature Circuit High Input C-12
    P0110 Intake Air Temperature Circuit Low Input C-12

    any idea what i need to do??
    i used this coil pack http://www.eurocarparts.com/ecp/c/Vauxhall_Zafira_1.8_2003/p/car-parts/ignition1/engine-parts/ignition-coil/?413720061&1&2ddee26228fe9bedaae37c5d3e3f0a131349162b&000197

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  17. Rafael Vega
    Rafael Vega 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    2009 Nissan Altima 2.5 I keep getting code P3435. Do you have a video for this error code?

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  18. famousbyfame famousbyfame
    famousbyfame famousbyfame 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    I have a 2001 Nissan Xterra would this video generally still apply?/

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  19. George Rivera
    George Rivera 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Thought i had a way bigger problem… error code P0304 bad wire boot thank you perfect video

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  20. Spencer Nielsen
    Spencer Nielsen 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    This is a very well made video! Thank you!

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  21. David Goodrich
    David Goodrich 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Is that the 2j intake manifold I see? Nice

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  22. Jeanne Barratt
    Jeanne Barratt 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Excellent video! Very clear and easy to follow
    Thanks Temachok

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  23. Isidro Esquer
    Isidro Esquer 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    I need help. I have a 2010 Honda Odyssey codes: P0301, P0302, P0303, P0304, P0305, P0306 and P0300. I replaced spark plugs about 2 months ago. Any ideas? Thanks.

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  24. Tony S.
    Tony S. 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Nice video, good work, very clean, un video bien hecho y bien relatado thanks

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  25. Erick Gonzalez
    Erick Gonzalez 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    I have a misfire in my 2000 Mercury cougar V6, code P0304 what do you think the problem maybe

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  26. kajsije
    kajsije 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    what if I have P0300 only, even after resetting it a few times?

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  27. Michael Krichevsky
    Michael Krichevsky 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Thanks man, just the info I needed, so now instead of paying $530 for the repairs cost I was given by the Pep Boys Scamming Shop, I went online and spend $100 and will fix it my-self.

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  28. Omar Faruque
    Omar Faruque 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    why is my air filter burning corolla 2002 cng, i do not have a misfire or any other problems.

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  29. MakeUPbyKiani
    MakeUPbyKiani 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Once again another good video. xoxo Kiani

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  30. Tim McGee
    Tim McGee 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    What do I do if I just have a P0300 code. The code showed up immediately after I had disconnected and reconnected the battery? I cleared it but it keeps coming back.

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  31. David Jones
    David Jones 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    very helpful, appreciate your videos, you saved me a decent amount of money! Thanks again.

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  32. aaron perdue
    aaron perdue 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Thanks for your help!!! Your video was great and easy to understand. Keep up the good work.

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  33. George Clemenceau
    George Clemenceau 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Excellent and informative video. George C.

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  34. Roger Repo
    Roger Repo 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    I just fixed my nissan 2004 nissan sentr 2.5. Car was running on 3 cylinders at times and i got the worst code you can get the CAT po420. Dealer wanted $1000. If you got the codes above or even the po420 CAT. just replace all 4 coils and the spark plugs yourself. araparts.com has all 4 coils for $95!!!! Don't get ripped off by the dealer, everyone should know this.

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  35. toadie8
    toadie8 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Great video! I have P0306 right now on my 2004 Altima 3.5L V6.

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  36. Chris Bishop
    Chris Bishop 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    High quality 'how to' video … thank you!

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  37. powven
    powven 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Good Video, Thanks.

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  38. soyemi isreal
    soyemi isreal 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    good job, thanks, man….
    I use Nissan Altima also and am facing the same problem.

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  39. Warren Pollitt
    Warren Pollitt 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    very informative and thorough. thanks

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  40. Sophia Jones
    Sophia Jones 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Hello so I have a misfire I replaced the number one coil, but the spark plug is stuck down in the socket and I cant get it out! second, I was told it was the wiring to the coil, what do I do with that? Please help me thanks!

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  41. shapeshifter67
    shapeshifter67 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    good job! ?

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  42. Joe Vasconcelos
    Joe Vasconcelos 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    this was very informative!
    Good job and thanks!

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  43. Dnmachin1961
    Dnmachin1961 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    well done,good explenation.

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  44. Anthony Blount
    Anthony Blount 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    where did you buy the plug from , and how much

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  45. Trumble Research
    Trumble Research 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    I am cheap. I think I'll use self fusing silicone repair tape until I get replacements just to get me by

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  46. berkmanyt
    berkmanyt 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Nice demo…esp finding that the coil was OK…just the boot creating problem. Thank you.

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  47. Polymer Capacitors
    Polymer Capacitors 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    Excellent video!

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  48. Abdul Ilah
    Abdul Ilah 13 July, 2016, 20:27

    thank you

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