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I also changed the Coalescent filter. The car starts and all seems OK then after approx. a mile the intermittent miss starts, and is at times seems to run OK then hesitates and misses.
What is causing the random misfire - and does that require changing all 4 of the injectors @ $160 each?
I recommend you check and verify there is good fuel pressure while this misfire is occurring. Trouble code P1399 is a random misfire code displayed by some Honda vehicles. Some scan tools will display P1399 instead of P1300. Check the fuel trims to see if the MAP sensor has a concern and is adjusting the air fuel ratio incorrect.
The 2000 GX has 100,090 miles and was serviced by Honda dealership @ 79,393 mi and replaced 4 injectors ($2,526 parts) and @ 80,461 mi replaced the fuel pressure regulator ($2,099 parts). along with an EGR valve ($294 part).
I used an OBD-II to get the codes for intermittent misfire, and it seems to occur on each cylinder. I have the Honda GX supplement service manual, but unsure of tracking the MAP sensor. Appreciate any assistance with tracing this problem.
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You've given me info to review and pursue. Sorry about the delay