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Old 03-27-2009, 04:18 PM   #1
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Default 01 3.0 liter #6 misfire

Looking for help with a 2001 subaru outback 3.0 liter, We replaced the engine due to some timing component failure, installed a wrecker 3.0. Every since it has been intermittently running rough, and coming up with a #6 cylinder misfire. We have tried replacing the #6 injector, then replaced the whole bank of injectors, ran fuel injector cleaner through the reail, replaced plugs with oem, swapped coil packs, and it still comes up with a miss. The eqr works of the #6 intake runner, so we installed a blockoff plate, re installed it and it was fine fror a period of time (couple weeks) then came back with rough running and an egr code, no misfire code though. Replaced the egr gasket, and now we are back to a #6 ,miss. argg! anyone else ever run into this?
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Old 03-27-2009, 10:15 PM   #2
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Looking for help with a 2001 subaru outback 3.0 liter, We replaced the engine due to some timing component failure, installed a wrecker 3.0. Every since it has been intermittently running rough, and coming up with a #6 cylinder misfire. We have tried replacing the #6 injector, then replaced the whole bank of injectors, ran fuel injector cleaner through the reail, replaced plugs with oem, swapped coil packs, and it still comes up with a miss. The eqr works of the #6 intake runner, so we installed a blockoff plate, re installed it and it was fine fror a period of time (couple weeks) then came back with rough running and an egr code, no misfire code though. Replaced the egr gasket, and now we are back to a #6 ,miss. argg! anyone else ever run into this?
lol thats beat man. run a compression test on it?
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