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1998 Plymouth Voyager Cylinder 4 misfired

I have been driving the car and the "Check Engine Soon" light came on, i checked and it said that cyclider 4 misfired and i tried fuel injector and it worked, but then it came on 3 days later and its been makin loud noises from 15mph-up.

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Its best to get a diagnostic report so you can find out what it is. most of the time with this model, it will be some sort of sensor or egr valve.

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