Question about 1995 Chrysler LeBaron
What spark plugs do I use and do you think thats the problem
Yes to plugs can cause the engine to misfire mostly when the engine is under a load, like going up a hill and u give it a little more gas, at a some what low speed. if it has been a good while and many miles sence the plugs where changed, either way change them! they don't last as they are advertised to. also their are many other things that cause misfires, just a few ( ignition coils,plug wires, dirty fuel injectors, dirty flue filters, flue pump going bad ) these are just a few possibility's that would be the most inexpensive to deal with.good luck to u.
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