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Changed plugs on 07 dodge durango 40,000

Changed the sparkplugs on my 07 dodge durango 4,7 flex fuel motor. cause of a small skip an lack of power when going up an incline on flat no problem. the truck had the champion rc12mmc4. a 2.50 plug i put in ac 41-806 6,00 minor skip gone. but when going up hill it loses power. i also tried some injector cleaner. it seems a little better at times. then the next time it go,s back an have to step on it more not a little either. open to suggestions

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  • scraptop Mar 19, 2009

    never even thought of it. thanks will try it



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Air cleaner? try a k & n

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Fuel filter replaced? try that. a fuel restriction could cause it

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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    Patrick Cowan Mar 19, 2009

    please rate the solution :) i'd appreciate a great rating!



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