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Situation pretty much speaks volumes through the freeze-frame.

I'll fill in the unknowns:

Warmed up vehicle for about one minute; ambient temps couldn't be more than 5 degrees over the 66 shown on bank PID0F.
Traveled about three blocks worth of light pedal, with a couple quick stops inbetween.
Came to a yellow in what I would imagine was 4th, and spurred it to the other side - BLINKING ENGINE LIGHT a few seconds after the downshift (don't recall final gear) and subsequent thrust in forward momentum (head in opposite direction ;) ).

For those of you that don't know, this is caused by not adaquetly warming up the engine before asking for too much load (aka "GO pedal set to KILL").

Enjoy.

Following data retrieved via SCANGUAGE II.

Error: P0304
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PID02 = 0000

LOOP is OPEN
PID03 = 0404

LOD = 89
PID04=E6

WT Fahrenheit = 161
PID05 = 70

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PID06 = 80
PID07 = 89
PID08 = 80
PID09 = 8A

RPM = 4853
PID0C=25EA

MPH = 67
PID0D = 6C

IGN = 21
PID0E = AA

IAT Fahrenheit = 66
PID0F = 3B

GPH = 0.1
PID10 = 00

TPS = 76
PID11 = C4

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PID1F = 00B6

*Some banks contained PID data only (PID02, for example).
 

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Flashing MIL is a MISFIRE.

I hope you towed it in.

If you ever get flashing MIL's you need to stop as soon as you can.


P0304 is misfire in cylinder 4.
 
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