Originally Posted by KC
That's a shot of an AP2. There's nothing different in that you can't already get.
My '00 AP1 needs engine work for a random misfire. Becoming REALLY common, and the code is so damn generic it's stumping a LOT of people. I haven't driven it in a year... mostly because it's (probably) going to be thousands to repair, head work, etc... on a head that has 189k miles.
I've traced down lots of things, but it stems from low compression in Cyl2. No leakdown test yet to determine where, because I don't have the tools to do so. I want to bring it to a decent, reputable shop and say "make it pass OBD insepection".
Gah, don't even get me started on completely emissions compliant and efficient cars throwing a random code not being able to be registered because "OBD2 not ready". Such an absolute ass raping with nothing we can do about it. Good for everyone who cheats on their taxes. What were we talking about again?