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The other day I got a check engine light and when I checked the code it was P 0305, my manual says this is a misfire on cylinder number five, when it came on the motor didnt make any noise or anything out of the norm. I disconnected the battery to reset it, and pulled the plug and it looks fine and it hasnt happened again. I was wondering if anybody else has gotten these codes before and if something else could be wrong.
 

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your spark plug wires could have been crossed. just a guess
 

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Hey mikeah, sorry kind of off topic, but do you know a Mario Compcan over there at Camp Pendleton? I work for a shipping broker and we just delivered some stuff going to the Naval Hospital there at bldg. H135. Just curious, </unhijack>.
 

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I thought that might be the problem but I've crossed them before and it backfired pretty bad, I also thought that the wire could be melted but it was good.
 

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No sorry dont know a Mario Compcan, but I know where that hospital is where you delivered to.
 

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this will sound like a cop-out, but misfires aren't all that uncommon on a ECU controlled motor, if you reset it and id didnt come back it was just a fluke, if it happens with regularity, check it out.
 

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Thanks, I didnt know that. If starts to happen more regularly I'll have it checked out, but this is the first time it's happened
 
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