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I have a 1993 plymouth voyager that starts up but it sounds funny and black smoke comes out of the tailpipe and when i drive it for about a mile it cuts off and it takes a minute to start back up whats the problem!?

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Many thing can cause this, it sounds like its running very rich, it may be a bad o2 sensor or leaking fuel preasure regulator or injector, the funny you speak of could be its misfiring, may be bad coil or sparkplugs wires.

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