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1998 dodge ram v6 stop running hasnt missed a beat i replace cap and rotor it runs good for a hour now its missing and code reader say p0302 looked it up says missing on number 2 help

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Cylinder 2 is not firing check the spark plug,the wire,the fuel injector

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