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Have a 2007 dodge dakota replaced injectors still getting

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have a 2007 dodge dakota replaced injectors still getting was getting code p300 multi miss fires, motor misfires for a little bit then runs ok , eng light staying on
JA: Have you seen the misfire code before? Has the car been stalling?
Customer: Yes thats I replaced the injectors , runs on 6 or 7 clinders the first 2 miles , Like its in a limp mode
JA: Are you fixing your Dakota yourself? What have you tried so far?
Customer: Yes fixing it my self, Replaced o2 cencors. convertors were also plugged fixed that , Seems like its fuel system now also new plugs and coils
JA: Anything else you want the mechanic to know before I connect you?
Customer: no thats all

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HAve you done any tests by disabling cylinders or running a power balance test to see which cylinders are misfiring?

Customer: replied 2 months ago.
No I haven't done that but it acts like 1 or 2 injectors aren't firing when it sits for a while .

If you do find out which cylinders are to blame. You can think focus more so them to see what those cylinders are not getting. If it is believed to be injector pulse then confirm they are getting power with the key on. If so then use a noid light to check there ground pulse. Loss of ground pulse would a be a computer issue.

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Customer: replied 2 months ago.
almost acts like theres air in the fuel for the first couple miles but I have bleed it out

Air would not be the cause, that would affect all cylinders

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