Having problems with your 2001 Dodge Caravan ?
Dodge Caravan Fuel Injectors gone bad?
\015 I have a 2001 Dodge Caravan SE with a 2.4 Liter 4 Cylinder Motor.I had a check engine light, got the codes read and it came back p303 (cylinder 3 misfire) I replaced the plugs, wires and the coil pack. The light went away for about 24hours. The Check engine light came back and I got the codes read again and it was a p304 code(cylinder 4 misfire). So being that I already replaced the plugs, wires and coil pack the day before I decided to disconnect the battery and see if the code came back and it did. Since the code came back I replaced the plugs again about a week later. Now I still have a check engine light and still have a P304 (cylinder 4 misfire) code. I was told the other possibilities could be the following: oxygen sensor, fuel filter or the injectors.I was going to replace the injector in cylinder 4 alone and I figured that I might as well change all 4 injectors while I have the motor apart. My question is, does anyone think it is the injectors? is anyone having or have had the same problem? And finally, is it ok to buy used fuel injectors as long as they have been ohm and preasure tested to confirm that they work or does everybody think a used injector would burn out on me? Is it a better idea to change just one injector with a brand new one and leave the other 3 old ones in or would it be better to swap out all four with a decent set of used injectors????Sorry for so many questions but I have been having a check engine light and codes jumping around for over a month already and Im trying my best to get this issue resolved. Thanks in advance\015
If you can get a good set of used injectors you should change all of them.
I have the same promblem if it still do it its the vale
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