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post #11 of 12 (permalink) Old 09-21-2011, 02:48 PM
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Re: Excessive transmission hunting or stumbles?

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It was P0305. They replaced the coil.

Why is it #5 most of the time?
I have not heard of a specific reason for # 5 on the Lambdas...

but an example... on the Trailblazers, Envoys, Rainiers, Ascenders-- the GMT-360's with the Inline 6...
Many had issues with misfires on cylinder 4 or 5 or both.... sometimes it was the coil-- sometimes the plug.
Turns out this area was right below the seal of the hood and cowl. Strong rain- or snow buildup- water would drip- the water got past the seal on the coil- and fill up the plug hole with water...

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post #12 of 12 (permalink) Old 10-04-2019, 06:52 AM
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Torq converter or Coil Pack (3400 vs 60)

I have a 2010 Saturn Outlook with the exact same symptoms described above. Transmission Shop says Torque converter, Mechanic says Torque converter, however I am not convinced. I have had Plugs 2/4/6 replaced, however I dont believe 1/3/5 have been since before I owned the vehicle. I've seen some people post that coil packs on 5, go bad. Could this be the case? I'd hate to shell out 3400 for a rebuilt trans, only to find out it was a $60 coil pack.
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