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|2003 Jaguar XJR 4.0L MIL Lamp on VIN: SAJDA15B33
Car presented with check engine light on due to lean codes for both banks/won't pass state inspection. I found and repaired a few vacuum leaks and the fuel trims improved a bit but lean codes returned. I then did an on-car injection flush. Again, some improvem... Trouble codes: P0300 (Random misfire), P0301, 2 (Misfire cyl. 12), P0303, 4 (Misfire cyl. 34), P0305, 6 (Misfire cyl. 56), P0307, 8 (Misfire cyl. 78), P1316 (Catalyst damaging misfire)
|1991 Mercedes-Benz 300TE 3.0L Axle Flange VIN: WDBEA90E4M
Customer loves his "new" buy after we resurrected it for him. Car runs and handles very well. Inside pristine for age. Body very solid. Undercarriage I've seen worse but it is RUSTY! I have one more major repair scheduled. Rear wheel bearings (noise and some ...
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|2002 BMW 330Ci 3.0L CMP Sen. code VIN: WBABS53492
Thanks to All for the great feed back. Although no repair work was approved yet, it's key to simply know the code is exhaust cmp related. Sensor replacement and possible ECU update seem likely to solve the problem.