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This is a discussion on Couple Codes within the General Help forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; My car has been acting up lately so I went to have it scanned at AutoZone. Here are the three ...

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    Couple Codes

    My car has been acting up lately so I went to have it scanned at AutoZone. Here are the three codes:
    (1.)p0303(cylinder 3 misfire)
    (2.)p0332(knock sensor)
    (3.)p1870(shift sylanoid?)


    Anyone with experience on how to fix these problems relatively cheaply?

    Thanks.

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    P0303 could mean you need a tuneup (plugs and wires)
    P0332 could mean you need to replace your knock sensors. Refer to this bulletin

    P1870 - Transmission Component Slipping. Could be a few things. There is also a bulletin for that code that suggest replacing the transmission valve body. Google Bulletin
    #01-07-30-023B for more info

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    P0303 could mean you need a tuneup (plugs and wires)
    P0332 could mean you need to replace your knock sensors. Refer to this bulletin

    P1870 - Transmission Component Slipping. Could be a few things. There is also a bulletin for that code that suggest replacing the transmission valve body. Google Bulletin
    #01-07-30-023B for more info
    The trans code could potentially set from the misfire, could it not? I know on misfires and low voltage, the computers do some wacky stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by konigandy6 View Post
    The trans code could potentially set from the misfire, could it not?
    Not in my experience, however I would address the P0300 and P0332 first, clear all the codes and see if the P1870 pops back on before going after a repair for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cutlass View Post
    Not in my experience, however I would address the P0300 and P0332 first, clear all the codes and see if the P1870 pops back on before going after a repair for it.
    Roger that. I know those trans codes are sometimes hard to chase when you have a misfire.

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    p0303 could have set P0332...it may be simple as a t-up or wiring or internal issue...

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