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So you have a P0304, and an MAF code as well as an O2 code?
The MAF code is a p0101?
Which O2 sensor code do you have?
i cant remember the code exactly... my mechanic tested the truck
Ok, and you say that you swapped the coil from the number 4 cylinder with the one from the #5 cylinder?
he said that the o2 sensor code was probably caused by one of the other 2 that accompanied it
yes we did and the misfire code went to the other bank in the #2 cylinder
Ok...let me look at something
How are the cylinders arranged on your vehicle?...which ones are on the driver's side and which on the passenger's side?
driver's side has 4,5,and 6 and passanger side has 1-3
That was what I thought you would say...now can you tell me how you know that?
my mechanic found a diagram of the cylinder off of the internet
Ok, now which two coils did you swap? ...tell me where they are located?
drivers side 1st one from the front of the motor and the next one back
That's what I thought you would say as well. You actually swapped 2 and 4.
so the diagram was wrong?
The solution to your problem is to buy an ignition coil...my feeling is that your other codes are caused by the misfire but I can't say for sure.
okay so you are saying that the cylinders are arranged from the front of the engine to the back...driver's side is 2,4,6 and pass side are 1,3,5?
The diagram was either wrong or incorrectly sourced. Isuzu's 3.2 uses odds and evens. The passenger side is 1/3/5 and the driver's side is 2/4/6
okay I'll give it a shot thank you for your help
Thanks for the question.