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Hemi engine missfires smeel alot of gas no engine codes we hooked up to scanner and nothing shows

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    code comes up 500 (speed sensor) changed that fixed for a minute but came back

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If the engine misses there will be codes, if there are not the PCM (computer) must be defective.

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