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2000 chrysler cirrius 2.4 4 cyl the car would die after 8-10 minutes, we changed fuel filter and now the crankcase positioning sensor, car ran good for close to half an hour, ran good, a the stop close to home it started to run rough and backfire

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May be an egr problem, best to have the engine scanned

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