Question about 1998 Dodge Durango
At night, open your hood and start the engine. No flashlight and disconnect the eng. compsrtment light Then scrutize everything from #6 to the coil, distributor and all plug wires. Pay close attention for arcing or crossfiring. It's easy yop see if dark enough and can also be heard as a ticking or snapping depending on intensity. Worn plugs encourage croass firing or arcing.Arcing is permitted when wires cross each other and are in contact, as well as aged insulation.Wires(plug) can run parralel but sjould not cross each other. Look and listen closly for any kind of light show. Good Luck
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