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Code 2302. WTF!!!!

OkI have a brand new PCM, new wires, new spark plugs and I'm getting some sort of misfire with Ignition Coil problem. I cannot figure this out to save my life. I've gone thru 3 coils. Each one burns up. My next purchase for it will be a shotgun. Its become nothing but a paper weight sitting in my driveway. It sits more than being driven. Somebody please help.

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Fuses?? Have you checked those to see if any are blown, preventing it from completing the circuit? Or wonder if you could try disconnecting the negative battery over night so the computer with restart?? Just few ideas I can think of in a fast! Hope you get it fixed!

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Fuses?? Have you checked those to see if any are blown, preventing it from completing the circuit? Or wonder if you could try disconnecting the negative battery over night so the computer with restart?? Just few ideas I can think of in a fast! Hope you get it fixed!
I do have a few fuses that are burnt out. Thats a great idea. As for the battery I don't want to leave it disconnected to long. I'd hate to loose any ability it has. No warranty!!!!!! Thank you

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Haha no warranty yea I know how you feel!
Hopefully it'll be a easy fix if it's those burnt fuses.

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OkI have a brand new PCM, new wires, new spark plugs and I'm getting some sort of misfire with Ignition Coil problem. I cannot figure this out to save my life. I've gone thru 3 coils. Each one burns up. My next purchase for it will be a shotgun. Its become nothing but a paper weight sitting in my driveway. It sits more than being driven. Somebody please help.
Make damn sure you check the plugs... plugs with too large of a gap will burn out a coil... seen this numerous times at the shop
Among other wild things... (stalling,Shorting the PCM)
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