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After installing a K&N CAI, and e3's in my 06 charger r/t it is

After installing a K&N CAI, and e3's spark plugs in my 06 charger r/t it is starting on 2 tries and ruff. When I gun it out on the street it shuts down and a ping sounds but know lights show up. Help! Thanks, Tim

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Okay, I am not real familiar with the e3 spark plugs but assuming they are not shorted out I doubt if they are the problem. However, do make sure that they are the right type of plug for your ignition system.

The CAI is another story. When you replaced the factory system, you moved the MAP sensor to the new pipe. I am hoping that you treated it and its wiring gently as the sensor itself is a rather expensive part to replace. Any chance that if might have been damaged or gotten dirty? If so either a replacement or cleaning might be in order. Make sure to only use special MAP sensor cleaning fluid as brake cleaner or carb cleaner can damage them.Check the wiring connector and make sure it is clean and tight.

Let me know what you find and if this does not get you running we can do some additional research.

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