Have to look at the live data and find what your misfire counts are at each cyl, or at least that is where I would start. ABS isn't related. Use only paper air filters? Cleaned your MAF using only MAF cleaner?co60 said:The problem came back. Error P0101 and P0300. Also, not sure if maybe this is related, but the ABS is acting up at the same time. Almost crashed while parking today. I'm going to look into disabling the ABS, but if anyone wants to share that info here, I would certainly appreciate it.
Two codes related to the front left sensor and a speed mismatch that is probably caused by the front left sensor messing up. Guess I would start at that front left sensor wiring/connector/cleaning/worn wheel bearing.co60 said:The ABS errors are C0225, C0238, and C0227. Any chance these could be related to the engine running poorly? Maybe a short somewhere?
Thanks very much, I had not thought about changing that.The biggest thing I see,that you have not done,is replace the crank sensor.
Not really likely to be a short somewhere? No adjacent pins on the PCM or fusebox, or wires that are wrapped together or anything of the sort? I don't doubt that the 2 issues aren't related at all, it's just that when 2 seemingly unrelated issues start happening at the same time, I do not discount the possibility that they are related.ABS isn't related.
I think so. It's white and was the default item given to me when i asked for an air filter.Use only paper air filters?
I replaced it. I did use a Duralast instead of an ACDelco. This fixed it, for like 2 weeks.Cleaned your MAF using only MAF cleaner?