I hit a pothole and my car started flashing the cel and starts having random misfires

Matthew Honea

Asked by Jan 24, 2015 at 02:47 AM about the 1998 Pontiac Firebird Base

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

The fuel was low but I had added gas
and couldn't get it started I waited a
day and went back finally got it
started but was showing p0300 on
the code reader and is barely
driveable in which I'm not driving it
I've checked the plug wires but I'm
clueless as to what to do

2 Answers


hey check out this site it will help you Engine-Codes.com im sure you will find the answer to your problem

Paul Martin

Hi yeah check YouTube just go to youtube and put in your code and there's some good advice on there I just checked on YouTube for your problem for your code and a guy was telling me that it could be your spark plugs that are bad or could be your plastic manifold coming off the engine could have leaks he said while the engine is running spray gas accelerant starter fluid around the manifold to see if its leaking cuz it could be you have a vacuum leak? A vacuum leak or could be a loose vacuum hose then he said also you could have a clogged fuel filter replacing a bad fuel filter, even could be a bad battery so check YouTube! Having multiple things wrong or just 1 thing could be the problem/problems you can go ahead and check to see these area's I mentioned these's might be wrong or 1 thing like I said before that's all I can say for you hope this helps?

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