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I have a 2000 Dodge Caravan, 3.3. When I apply the gas, it back fires. The fuel pressure is good.

jay267jay267 Posts: 1
edited April 2014 in Dodge

And I have replaced the catalytic converter. I have trouble keeping up to speed on the smallest of hills.

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Answers

  • eliaselias Posts: 1,992

    3.3 has a timing chain. chain stretch/slip is not uncommon on old/high-miles engines and can cause the symptom you describe.

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  • stevens6stevens6 Posts: 11

    could be bad pickup in distributer or bad crank sensor

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