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erikj

10 Fault Codes = sad times and no power

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erikj

EtcPPS2Range x 2

65604

Cyl1Misfire

65591

MhcFailure

65581

OxyB1Rich

65563

OxyA1Rich

65561

CanBusGovCmdComm

65559

Kocksensor2

65552

KnockSensor1

65551

What is whack about all of this is literally just filled up the gas after an awesome day on the lake and this happens.  

Anyone see a ton of faults because of clogged injectors? 

Basically I'm having a massive loss of power and to top it all off my power wedge is stuck in the down position which is making it run super slow, max speed of 10mph.........

Sure would like to get back out on the lake while we have time and sure don't have the money/time to take it to one of these busy a** shops around here.

Thanks in advance.

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JeffK

I would check my battery and connections first.  If you have a power or voltage issue, it can cause the computer to go a little nuts.  I'd then check for a loose spark plug wire. 

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erikj
39 minutes ago, JeffK said:

I would check my battery and connections first.  If you have a power or voltage issue, it can cause the computer to go a little nuts.  I'd then check for a loose spark plug wire. 

Hmm, loose spark plug wire makes sense, replaced them earlier this year..  I'll start there and double check the battery connections.  Thanks!

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JeffK

You bet.  Let me know how it turns out.

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oldjeep

Id consider siphoning some gas out of bottom of tank and checking for water. 

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erikj

Resolution was to replace distributor cap/rotor, cleaned the air filter and replaced the fuel filter.  Runs better than it ever has. 

Thanks all

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23LSVOwner

Those 350's back then were notorious for having issues with the cap and rotor button.

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