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Old 07-11-2015, 08:33 PM   #1
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I was leaving a restaurant last night and was pretty low on gas. As I waited to exit the parking lot it seemed like something changed in the idle of my car , kinda like a hiccup . When I pulled out to the street the car was barely running and had no power . I was hoping it was because I was sitting at a weird angle in the restaurant parking lot and was low on gas . I drove a couple blocks to the nearest station and filled the car up , but when I started it up to leave it was still the same . I managed to get it home under its own power and have been reading ever since . I bought a scanner today hoping to find that I could change a coil pack , or possibly the throttle body . But the codes I am getting are not making any indication of either . I am getting a U2100 , P0300, p0201, P0203, P0205, and P0207 code . Each of the codes is in the system more than once , so there is a total of 18 codes . My car is a 2011 Camaro SS with a 6 speed , and about 85K miles , I have only had it for 6 months but it has never had a problem like this since I have owned it .
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I did look over the harness going to the drivers bank fuel injectors , but didn't notice anything worn or out of place . There is the section under the throttle body that can't really be seen with the throttle body in place though.
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155 views and no ideas ? What should I start with checking ? I checked the mifires in the scanner and it seems like they are all on the 1357 bank . 1480 on 3 , 1023 on 7 , 20 on 1 , and 20 on 5 . I swapped the coils around and the miss doesn't move with the coils , so that's out. I doubt that moving injectors will prove much . Any other ideas ?
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I really need to be able to drive to work tomorrow , so any help would be appreciated
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Just in case anyone searches for this problem in the future and finds my post , here are my findings. There is apparently a fuse for the left bank injectors and one for the right bank injectors . I had a blown fuse on the odd side and the engine was only running on 4 cylinders . I don't really know what caused the fuse to blow , but I am replacing the battery in the morning because it drops to 9.8 volts when cranking .
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FWIW, a low voltage condition will cause all kinds of electrical issues in a 5th gen. Wouldn't be surprised if the fuse went out while all that was going on. Most likely you were experiencing a dead battery. It will cause misfire, codes and poor drivability.
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