Question about 1997 Dodge Avenger
Clean throttle body, replace plugs and wires and fuel filter. Check for any type vacuum leaks. Test your coil packs to make sure you are getting spark in every cylinder. Test injector pulse and fuel pressure to make sure injectors are getting power and are clean so they can spray efficiently.
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