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2003 Sebring lxi coupe Multiple misfire with new distributor new crankshaft sensor new plugs and wires

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Hi Aka, Vehicles fitted with distributors do not usually have crank or camshaft sensors. As yours is indicating multiple misfire I believe it does not have a distributor bot instead either individual coils or twin coils per two cylinders. Have a diagnostic scan carried out and that will identify which cylinders have had or are still having a problem. It is sometimes required on some vehicles to delete the fault codes before the vehicle will run correctly. All that an be done during the scan. If there are other problems they will also be identified. Regards John

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