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Q: Fuel injector misfiring

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Number six fuel injector is misfiring.

Hi there. This is a common problem with this vehicle. These vehicles often lack proficient injector functioning. A solution for this would be to have a certified mechanic replace the number six injector. Also a certified mechanic will test the injector prior to removal to ensure proper repair in completed.

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