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1998 plymouth Voyager w/3.3l Sputtering

My wifes van has seem to developed a missing or sputtering. I really think that it a bad plug, but id like to make sure. The problem is that there are 3 cylinders in front and three in the back. (Under Dash) How do i get to those plugs without tearing up the dash? Any help is appreciated. Thanks

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There are a bugger to get to... first thing to try tho is to unplug one wire at a time from you coil pack.... any change ?.... regardless plug it back in and move to the next one. it could very well be the coil pack that needs replacement.

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Please post Year, make, model, engine, mileage of your van.
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What is the time belt ? why is it important to monitor it especially in used cars?


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I have the same problem on my '99 plymouth voyager.


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