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I own a 2000 Jeep Wrangler Sport 4.0iL 6 cylinder jeep. For a straight year I'm getting misfire codes multiple cylinders and the check engine light. This occurs at 2900 rpm and/or at 60 mph. My mechanic has replaced the ignition coil rail assembly, installed OEM plugs, spark plug boots replaced. Cam sensor, Crank sensor, cleaned throttle body. The mechanic has also connected water to a vacuum line to remove deposits from backs of the valve(it helped for a month). The engine in the current state runs strong, no sputtering nor stalling. I live in California and it will not pass emissions with engine light on. The engine does not pollute at all. What could be my issue?  I Have thrown money at this for months!

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The tech was in the right area with the water  but  not the right stuff  the dealer has stuff just for that and a TSB for this jeep   is a combustion chamber cleaner  that u can do yourself if you want.  Read teh TSB 0900303 for the info and stuff needed.

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