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Bunker Hill, WV

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Same symptom as before parts replaced? Does engine turn by hand?


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Possibly both , have both tested.


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use vacuum gauge , monitor manifold vacuum at idle , then 2000RPMs. post results.


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HOW did you check the injectors? With a 'noid' light? Using a test light may have damaged the PCM , if I remember correctly , and then your injector driver(s) are fried(PCM). ???'QUAD-DRIVER' ??? my memory is a little faded on the correct term for what to watch in the data stream on a scanner , sorry. Good luck.


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LIVE data from ABS?


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Just had an '08 Taurus run through the used car dept. , 20 PSI in 'donut' in trunk , aired up to 60PSI (spec.) and checked the owners manual , said it (the car) then needs to be driven at at least 20 MPH for about 2 minutes for the light to reset.---IT WORKED.


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Just from the viewpoint of what I've seen at the dealership I work at , there aren't to many aftermarket pads (no matter what 'grade/quality' that do not make some squealing if used on Honda OEM rotors. Were the rotors resurfaced prior to pad replacement? That will also make some difference. May need to either go back to OEM pads , or get the 'matched' rotors for the pads you got.


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Yes , or it could also be the engine is not warming up properly.


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Fix the cause of the misfire FIRST --DO NOT drive with 'check engine' light blinking!! Then worry about the EVAP system code(P0443).


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At a transmission shop?????....."where to repair"...........??????


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