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Unread 01-12-2006, 05:01 PM   #1
willy peter
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#5 cylinder misfire

My '01 4.0 has a #5 cylinder misfire. I replaced the plugs about 2K miles ago and will recheck the coil rail tonight. If this is not it, and I don't think it is, what else can I check? Also, it only seems to do it within about 1 minute of starting the jeep. Thanks.

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