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Hello,

If you can go to a local Auto Zone they offer FREE code scanning of your PCM. This will tell you (most of the time) what is wrong, more often then not it's the O2 sensor.

An O2 sensor for your Plymouth is about $45, however you may have more then 1.

This is the best advice I can give you, I hope this helps.

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