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1996 Chrysler Town & Country

I got a code for #1 coil misfire. i replaced it and now it starts but still runs like **** as if the coil is still bad. I keep my foot on the gas and it runs but it boggs real bad. any idea

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Check your plug wire..and the plug itself, my son's girlfriends car had the same issue and it turned out to be the plug itself...they were autolite plugs and had a removable top (threaded on)...it had come unscrewed with driving vibrations...you have to reset the computer with the key on but the engine off to get it to clear.

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