Question about 2000 Plymouth Neon
Misfires are caused by Fuel, Spark, Compression, or timing.
Fuel - Dirty fuel injectors a possibility.
Spark - Plugs, Wires, Coil
Compression - No compression, poor bang.
Timing - Cam/Crank sensors.
Is it a dead miss or sporadic event? Try some good fuel injector cleaner such as Redline Oils SL-1 or Chevrons Techron. If it still misfires then its not plugs wires or coil it could be ignition modular its under the coil packets
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