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is there a way to see cylinder misfire count on a MaxiDIAG MD806 Pro?

329 Views 3 Replies Latest reply: 2023-08-02 10:09:55


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    cfauvel
    2023-08-01 16:17:13
     if there is a way I can't seem to find it.

    I have a P0300 and nothing else...being able to see misfire counts would help me

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    2023-08-01 16:49:08 (Reply to:cfauvel)

    Hi, when you have the option of live data it should be possible,if not you need a more
    extensive scanner,but po300 code means multiple misfires detected ,this means the
    misfire is not on a specific cylinder, but randomly, this could be caused by a too lean
    fuel mixture due to fals air coming into the engine due to a bad pcv valve or crater
    hose or a bad maf sensor connection,check clamps.

  •   Level 2   
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    cfauvel
    2023-08-01 17:22:24 (Reply to:)
     I suspect faulty camshaft sensor...but it would be nice to know for sure.

    the short term fuel trim bank 2 (left side in my case)  on 2005 350z  is way out of whack compared to right side /bank1....and periodically it corrects itself and the trims come down to normal.



  •   Level 9   
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    2023-08-02 10:09:55 (Reply to:cfauvel)

    Hi, this could only be a bad working ho2s sensor 1 or sensor 2 ,check the values
    between the other side,a faulty cam sensor would result in a 0016 to a0019 code
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