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Error Codes, p1590, p0300, p0302

He Folks, after a long 260+ mile trip to Ft Lauderdale, took the rig (02 LR D2 SD) out for a quick trip and I noticed the trucks engine was rumbling a lil hard at stop. I hit the gas and i noticed the engine stumble and hesitate, and than I noticed the SES light came one. My first thought was, C>RAP, I pulled over and checked out if anything came loose or was leaking and nothing was. I drove to Autozone and got a OBD2 code scanner and checked the codes. 4 codes, p1590 "Manufacturer Control Vehicle spd idle speed control aux input", p0302 listed twice "a cylinder 2 misfire detected" and p0300 random multiple cylinder misfire detected. Well, I than started the engine back up and drove home to check out online what to do which the truck was than running perfect, when I got online I saw one forum saying it is common with the 3 Amigo's issue (TC, ABS and HD) fault codes which have been on my truck for about 10K miles. Well I than drove back to autozone and cleared the codes out and the SES was than removed. So at this point I'm thinking it was caused most likely by the ABS (3 Amigos), what do you guys think I should do?
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ABS codes or the trio of lights will not or can't cause the engine to run rough.
You had a problem and it is safe to say, it will come back.
How many miles on the truck, how long since your last tune up, plugs and wires?
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My P1590 went away when i got my ABS fault codes cleared.

My 3 amigos went away just by clearing the fault codes for what its worth.

My ABS had 4-5 faults, one of which was the shuttle valve; all went away (not saying yours will) and everything works fine and has stayed off for a couple of months. Best of luck

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Truck has just hit 70,000 miles
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Hey Guys, any recommendation to what type of plugs and wires I should use?
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8mm Magnacor wires from either Rover Connection or the LRR forums.com
As for plugs most say Champions, me I still like the Bosch Plus 4's and their new Fusions.
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I Had The Same Problem With 03 Disco

IT TURN OUT I HAD SOME OIL LEAKING OUT FROM THE VALVE GASKET INTO THE SPARK PLUGS CAUSING MY ENGINE TO RUN ROUGH , I CHANGED THE PLUGS ANS VALVE COVER GASKETS AND IT RUNS LIKE A CHAMP
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He Folks, after a long 260+ mile trip to Ft Lauderdale, took the rig (02 LR D2 SD) out for a quick trip and I noticed the trucks engine was rumbling a lil hard at stop. I hit the gas and i noticed the engine stumble and hesitate, and than I noticed the SES light came one. My first thought was, C>RAP, I pulled over and checked out if anything came loose or was leaking and nothing was. I drove to Autozone and got a OBD2 code scanner and checked the codes. 4 codes, p1590 "Manufacturer Control Vehicle spd idle speed control aux input", p0302 listed twice "a cylinder 2 misfire detected" and p0300 random multiple cylinder misfire detected. Well, I than started the engine back up and drove home to check out online what to do which the truck was than running perfect, when I got online I saw one forum saying it is common with the 3 Amigo's issue (TC, ABS and HD) fault codes which have been on my truck for about 10K miles. Well I than drove back to autozone and cleared the codes out and the SES was than removed. So at this point I'm thinking it was caused most likely by the ABS (3 Amigos), what do you guys think I should do?
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