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Not all cylinders are firing

Looking at an 86 dodge ram charger. the guy i want to buy it off says "Not all cylinders are firing I believe it is a timing issue" how much is this going to cost? could it potentially cost - is it even woth fixin or should I just walk away?

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It could be just a spark plug wire issue with the wrong wires on the wrong plugs a mehcanic did that to mine once and i have to show him how to fix it it isnt bad at all

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