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Old 10-23-2019, 01:13 PM   #1
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2013 Crosstrek 120K miles. I changed plugs just before 100K miles, I put iridium ones in, old plugs looked great. Plugs I put in:


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Last week, 20K miles later I was headed to lunch and had Check Eng and Traction Control light come on with flashing cruise control icon. I also noticed a slight roughness in engine. Code reader showed P0302, I reset and car ran great for 3 days and then code and roughness came back.

I ordered new plug and coil pack. Coil pack Subaru number 22433AA682.

#2 Cylinder is the one on drivers side most forward on the car, correct?

I figure Ill remove the battery again, like I previously did for the plug change and see if the new plug and coil solves the problem.

Sound like a reasonable place to start? Any comments are appreciated. Thanks, John

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As a start, I would remove the coil and just swap it to another cylinder.

See if the error code follows to the other cylinder. Then you would know it was in fact the coil.
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As a start, I would remove the coil and just swap it to another cylinder.

See if the error code follows to the other cylinder. Then you would know it was in fact the coil.


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good advice on swapping the coil pack.

Based on the recent plug replacement, I would also verify that all plug wires and coil packs are properly seated. If possible get the wires tested.

Also, be careful about how much you drive with a misfire. Even minimal mileage with a significant misfire can wipe out your catalytic converters.
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