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Multiple misfires I have a 2004 jeep grand cherokee it shows multiple misfires and when you start it and put in reverse it tries to die. then it runs like it doesn't have enough power and puts alot of fumes into the cab. help please.

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    random misfire want to die at stops then it smells like fuel when restart at 50mph it runs great

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Have you tried a tune up? Plugs, Wires, Etc.

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