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Misfire on plug #1

(1997 Nissan Altima)
in Valdese, NC on May 11, 2010
have code 325 and 301, 325 is knock sensor, 301 is misfire on #l plug, what can cause this problen,car runs but is mising on #l plug but has fire.
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on May 11, 2010
start with a tune up and replace the coil for number 1. the 325 is what is called a ghost code. the 325 in the early years always went along with another code. if you fix the 301, 325 will not return.

Roy
on December 29, 2010
my car had the same codes but the miss fire was on cylinder 4 turned out to be a pluged intake manifold try unpluging the egr valve by pulling the vacume line off plug the vacume line with a screw and drive the car see if the miss fire goes away
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