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CYLINDER 6 MISFIRING ON A 1998 VOYAGER - 1998 Plymouth Voyager

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    Mr BrokRench May 11, 2010

    Did you retrive a P0306 code?



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Your cylinder only has a few problems that can cause this. 1. you need a spark. Take a spark plug wire that you know is good out of another car and try it on your plug 6 it might just be a bad wire. If there is no difference pull the plug with the wire attached and see if you have a spark by grounding the side of the plug and seeing if a spark jumps the gap between the center electrode on your plug 6 and the little arm. If not try another plug on 6 to see if your not getting spark. If your not getting spark on 6 but you are on the others then your coil is fine it is either yout distributer cap, rotor or sensor in the distributer. If you have spark then it is a fuel issue. 1998 should have EFI check the connections to the fuel injector and fuel rail. If they look good pull the injector and have it cleaned. Much cheaper than having it replaced. Lots of 'injector doctor' shops you can overnight mail to. Other than that it would be an airflow/intake manifold/exhaust/camshaft/valve issue and that's going to be a lot more involved

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