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2011 200 s v6

I'm getting a combo of p300 + p306 which seems a bit odd that I'm only getting a p306. I can't hear a misfire at all so I'm guessing I'll to go in with a multi-meter and check the injector & coil wires.

I'm not sure what to do with the 2172 though. This just showed up and it's caused the check engine like to come on.

Any thoughts? Thanks in advance~
 

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It could be a few different things. The misfire monitor may detect a misfire that we can't by ear or by touch. It usually doesn't lie.
Any stalling? Have you tried erasing and seeing if the codes come back?
 

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It could be a few different things. The misfire monitor may detect a misfire that we can't by ear or by touch. It usually doesn't lie.
Any stalling? Have you tried erasing and seeing if the codes come back?
Great minds. I'd already disconnected the battery to see which codes come back - nothing yet. That said, thanks for the vote of confidence for the misfire monitor. I want to say there is an ever-so-subtle and occasional misfire, maybe 1 in 15-20 tuns obv on cyl 6 (p306). I've been quite busy with work but this coming weekend I plan look at each of the spark plug ends to compare color, gap, etc.

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