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It was about 17 degrees this morning and we got about 6" of snow sat. Let the truck warm up for about 30 seconds and preceded to drive at a slow and steady pace for about 2 miles when I dropped my son off at school. I left the truck running while I took him inside. That took about a minute or so. As I was leaving the school going up a slight incline the truck started to lose power and the service engine light flashed several times. I dropped to a lower gear to get up the hill and out of the way as several cars where behind me. Made it out to the street and the truck did it again and the service engine soon light started flashing. So I pulled over and turn the engine off, started it back up and drop the 20 miles to work without any problems. Pulled out my scanner when I got to work and it recorded the following pending codes P1315(malfunction control ignition system or misfire), P0301 (cylinder 1 misfire), P0308 (cylinder 8 misfire ), P0304 cylinder 4 misfire), P0303 (cylinder 3 misfire), and P0159 (senor ckt slow response bank 2). I am think it may have been some moisture somewhere and cause the computer to have a brain fart. At least I hope. Had a little less than a quarter of a tan and all service it up to date. 93000 miles on the od. Any one have any ideas, so should i not worry about it unless it happens again?
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Re: 6 obd codes this morning

Could you plugs have got oiled up somehow linked with the very cold weather and related sudden one off oil leak issues on early L322's?
 

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Re: 6 odb codes this morning

I have read some of the over post where guys had massive oil leaks. i peaked under the hood and didn't sign any signs of oil. if it happens again, i guess i'll have tro pull some plugs and take a look at them.
 
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