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93 grand voyager number 2 plug is soaked with gas

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Maybe the injector is stuck open-- because all of the
injectors are old & need to be mailed away & cleaned

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  • larry shane kolsrud Nov 29, 2012

    If I'm getting weak spark, how do I check the plug wire?

  • Anonymous Nov 29, 2012

    Weak Spark !! Then you have grounding issues somewhere or a bad control module for ignition. You need professional equip now as days for that

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