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2005dodge ram 1500 Hemi missing when taking off

Engine misses when taking off po codes are 404, 406 and 430

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404 & 406 appear EGR related. Check all hoses & connections at EGR. My guess is once EGR is fixed 430 will disappear. I believe EGR is just below & to left of alternator, 2 small bolts holding on.

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