Q: 300 keeps dieing

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300 has idled rough for a while have had it in and out of shop 4 times. It runs ok for about two days and dies again. Both mechanics says cylinder 6 is misfiring. Why don't they just fix the cylinder. Why does it keep not starting. Had tune up oil changes etc done 4800 dollars in total repairs is engine shot. Do I go to another mechanic don't know what to do. Love the car.

My car has 130000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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