How do I fix code P0351?

How do I fix code P0351?

How Is The P0351 Code Fixed?

  1. Replacing the ignition coil.
  2. Replacing the spark plug and spark plug wire.
  3. Repairing or replacing an ignition coil connector.
  4. Repairing any other electrical wiring or connector faults.
  5. Replacing the throttle body.
  6. Repairing or replacing the PCM.

Where is ignition coil A located?

Where is the coil? The ignition coil sits between the battery and, if the car is an older model, the distributor that ‘distributes’ the HT voltage it produces to each spark plug, via thick rubbery HT leads (one per plug).

Where is ignition coil a secondary circuit?

The primary circuit is between the battery and the ignition coil. The secondary circuit is between the ignition coil and the spark plug.

What does engine code P0352 mean?

Ignition Coil B Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction
P0352 is a generic OBD-II diagnostic trouble code (DTC) that your vehicle’s powertrain control module (PCM) or engine control module (ECM) logs when there’s an issue with the ignition coil circuit. The trouble code definition for P0352 is “Ignition Coil B Primary/Secondary Circuit Malfunction”.

Are ignition coils the same as spark plug wires?

The wire that goes from the ignition coil to the distributor and the high voltage wires that go from the distributor to each of the spark plugs are called spark plug wires or high tension leads.

Can I replace my own ignition coil?

You may see the ‘Service Engine’ light come on and the car might stall or not start at all. You can replace a failing ignition coil fairly easily at home, but remember that you’re dealing with high voltages so must disconnect your battery before you start.

Which coil is P0354?

The computer monitors the circuit between it and every ignition coil for faults. It will file a trouble code depending on the cylinder that experienced a fault in its circuit. For example, code P0354 indicates a problem with ignition coil “D”, which is the coil on cylinder #4, or its circuit.

What is the primary side of a coil?

Ignition Coil Background The primary side of the transformer is designed to operate at relatively low voltage and high current. The secondary side of the transformer is designed to operate at relatively high voltage and low current.