Having problems with your 2000 Toyota Camry ?

I replaced the spark plugs in my 2000 toyota Camry and the issue with missfiring appears to have been solved and it seems to drives just fine now. However, the check engine light is still on and there is white smoke that smells like gas coming from the tale pipe when I push on the gas. What could be causing the smoke and does the check engine light need to be manualy reset? Before i replaced the spark plugs, I went to autozone and they hooked it up to the computer and got the codes P300, P301,

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 19-03-2018

Answers :

Yes, I had to Had to reset the code after i got the misfire codes.
If the check light is still on, you didn't
\015\012properly diagnose the original issues
\015\012and resolve them
\015\012The spark plugs seldom resolve misfire issues
\015\012What codes do you have now?
\015\012Check that your not loosing coolant
\015\012from a head gasket (white smoke)
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