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1998 Plymouth Breeze

98 Breeze started running roughly about 3 months ago. Check engine light came on, code indicated bad #3 fuel injector.l Mechanic replaced, car ran fine for 3 weeks, then started running roughly again, with same code. Mechanic replaced #3 injector again, thinking we had gotten a bad injector. Car ran fine for another 3 weeks, and is now doing the same thing. Any ideas?

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  • Anonymous Mar 20, 2014

    The car will crank an run sometimes and run for about 3 seconds than cut off. The injector is putting out very little gas so enginewant run

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    no pressure in line for fuel injector

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Change your sparkplug wires that will salve yor problem

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