Causes of a Misfire in a 1996 Dodge 5.9?

Answer The 1996 Dodge 5.9 refers to the size of the engine in the Dodge automobile or truck. The 5.9-liter engine has recalls, technical service bulletins (TSB) and one National Highway Traffic Safety Ass... Read More »

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