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I've got a cylinder 2 misfire after changing the spark plugs. I don't know which cylinder that is. Is that the back cylinder on the right hand (driver's) side or on the other side? I went through and tightened the plugs some more and now I don't have the misfire error until I get up in the higher RPMs. Could this point to a sticky injector as well? Please help!
 

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P0302 is cylinder 2 .... Left Front by the battery.

If you are in the US/Canada .... Drivers side front

UK/Japan Right drive ..... passenger front.

Be certain you don't have a bad wire since it happened after you changed the plugs.
 

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I put in a known working plug and tried different coils and still go the same error. scantool says it's a cyl 2 misfire and proscan says it's a p0326 knock sensor problem.....
 

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I resolved the issue! The problem was with the ignition coil connector. I look at the connectors on the plug and one was farther back than the other two. I pushed it in and it works without a problem now!
 
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