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My 2001 Dodge dakota bogs down and backfires the tach shows the engine reving but the truck doesn't speed up at first code said left bank to rich

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If the code said it was running rich then your fuel injectors could be dripping fuel into one of the cylinders. try cleaning your injectors. if that dont work then it could be one of your EGR valves, check for that. and check for fuel filter. One of those has to be the problem. most likely its one of your EGR valves. check it out!

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