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Throwing cylinder 1, 3, and 5 misfire codes, has ticking noise that almost sounds like an exhaust leak. Other codes include system to lean bank 1 and 2, O2 sensor bank 1 and 2, and misfire detected with low fuel. car will run fine at times and other times it will hano power on acceleration and compulsive shaking. While coasting on higher speeds the rpms will skyrocket while set on cruise. Shifting hard and at high rpms. Fuel pressure test was fine and fuel injectors tested fine. All new spark plugs and getting ready to replace coil packs. Spark resistance test showed extremely low, could this be an issue with the ecu? Plugged up Catalytic converter? I am completely dumbfounded by this...Anybody else have these similar issues? What was the outcome? I have a video of what noise it's making...only has 80,000 miles on it and did not start acting like this til I started it and drove it when it was -20 degree weather outside.
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... and did not start acting like this til I started it and drove it when it was -20 degree weather outside.
Sorry - just to clarify. The car ran normal. Then, one day, you started it and drove it when it was -20 outside?

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That was the day all problems started. Could be coincidental.
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Is that -20 C or F? If F, does your antifreeze go that far down?
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Farenheit and Idk why it wouldn't? Did 70/30 mix after we changed hoses and assembly.
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Just looked at a chart which said you need about 44% glycol to go down to -20F. I wondered if your coolant froze/got slushy and the vehicle overheated; ie. blown headgasket. But from the chart that should not have happened.

Assuming of course that you had 70% antifreeze and not 70% water.
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Believe it's the coil packs, put old ones in and driving a little better. Returned the new ones and got new coming. Hope that fixes the problem.
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What brand were the new coil packs?
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