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Old 06-18-2015, 11:26 PM
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P01451 and P0353

My trucks throwing 2 codes after traveling at low speeds and getting pretty warm. Drove it home after it cooled down. P1451 with is the EVAP Cannister Vent solenoid and P0353 which is Cylinder 3 Primary/Secondary Ckt. I keep getting told these are not connected but im not sure I believe that. Ive replaced the coil with 2 of my stock coils already with no luck, ive replaced the spark plug as well.
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Old 06-19-2015, 11:24 AM
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The codes are not 'directly' related because the systems are way different.
However a 353 code and replacement coil that did not clear the code suggest another possible problem that could have caused the 1451 code.
Follow closely because there maybe two or more issues that has resulted.
1. The 353 code is a failure of the coil circuit that caused missing spark for cylinder 3. This can be caused by coil failure, harness or it's connector failure, or the computer driver for that cylinder has failed.
2. If you drove long enough with cylinder 3 out of spark, that cylinder kept feeding unburnt gas to the cats on the passenger side. This could have caused the cats to burn that gas to temps well over 1000 degrees. It could have melted the cats and the rear Ox sensor.
3. The very high temps in the surrounding area of the cats could have burned the harness that has Evap leads, transmission control leads and Ox sensor leads in the bundle.
You need to have a look at all these area first to be sure of what the conditions are.
First thing to do is get cylinder 3 back before any other repairs are made or the same things can occur over again to other repairs made first.
If the computer coil driver is the cause of 353, the computer has to be replaced, programmed and PATS/keys programmed.
If all the above has taken place, your repair bill will get expensive.
I wish you the best outcome and hope it does not go to that level of repairs..
Let us know how it goes.
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