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I had similar issue last year threw some sea foam and full tank of gas I swear to you joe ...



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Old 12-02-2018, 11:48 PM
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I had similar issue last year threw some sea foam and full tank of gas I swear to you joe it ran like a top since until my tps took a dump a couple weeks ago but it’s all fixed and up now also don’t neglect that air filter worth a shot bud

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I'm new to driving my '04 SRT 8.3 V-10 - Seems to be be rough in the low rpm range (1000-2500rpm) feeling like a cylinder misfire. Will the OBD2 system set a error code if there is a misfiring cylinder? Miles are quite low, no codes set, nothing else unusual
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Correct me if Iím wrong, but I had the impression that the SRT-10 disengages certain cylinders for fuel consumption when they are not needed. Could this be the case or does it feel really rough?

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Starting in the OFF position, cycle the key to ON (where the instrument panel lights illuminate), then back one notch to OFF, back to ON, then to OFF, then finally to ON. Any stored codes will be displayed on the odometer. If No codes are present it is probably time for a sparkplug change and then add a small jug of injector cleaner. Last thing to do is to check behind cylinder# 10 and make sure the wiring isn't sitting on the exhaust.....
That is very useful key information indeed!
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Old 12-06-2018, 11:53 AM
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Correct me if Iím wrong, but I had the impression that the SRT-10 disengages certain cylinders for fuel consumption when they are not needed. Could this be the case or does it feel really rough?


That is very useful key information indeed!
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