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I have a 01 dodge dakota with a 3.9 i get a misfire in cylinder 3. some times it sounds like it wonts to back fire through the throtle body. i have done plugs cap roter wires,pick up coil,coil pack,temp sensor,map sensor, iac moter, tps sensor, crank sensor, perge silanoid, leak detection pump and filter,new air filter, i also did a compleat exhaust systemand i put a new throtle body and gaske. and i still have the same promblem. can someone please help me .

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Try swapping injector out of #3 cylinder. See if problem moves to another cylinder.

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