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I just got a P0300 error code for my 06 Charger SE at 35k ...

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I just got a P0300 error code for my 06 Charger SE at 35k miles. Please help.
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The P0300 code indicates the PCM Misfire Monitor had detected a multiple misfire event. If you hadn't noticed any unusual engine roughness or loss of performance, it was probably set in error. There is revised PCM software avaialbe through TSB 18-016-06 to correct the erroneous setting of P0300. You will have to see your Friendly Neighborhood Dodge Boys for this update. It's covered in the 3/36 warranty, of course.

On the other hand, if you HAD noticed running problems, let me know.

Thanks, Ed

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