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2004 dodge neon sxt. chugs and almost quits it happens when taking out and at around 35 to 50mph. Replaced to camshaft sensor a couple of years ago when it was doing the same thing. I just replaced the plugs, plug wires and coil also replaced camshaft sensor again. Still have problem just not as bad. Help

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