Question about 1998 Dodge Caravan
Multiple misfire across all cylinders indicates either a systemic electrical fault such as coil or crank sensor failure or it could be that the car is running excessively lean causing a very hot ignition and spontaneous ignition (misfire) events. The lean burn could be due to a failed exhaust gas recirculation EGR valve or a blocked passageway leading to the EGR valve. Go with the crank sensor first as this is most likely not to be recorded as a separate fault code.
Posted on Sep 11, 2010
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