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Old May 3rd, 2012, 01:14 PM   #1
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Default 2006 dodge ram - 4.7 liter - multiple misfire code

My dodge ram is getting multiple misfire codes, it's a 2006 with 4.7 liter engine.

185,000 miles on it

I'm gonna change the plugs, does anyone else have any other idea's? I asked the guy at autozone if I needed to change all 8 ignition coils, and he told I only needed to change those if you had a bad one, and then the reader would be specific on which cylinder was miss-firing.

Any other idea's, i've had to do little work to this truck since I bought it with 30,000 miles on it, and it's been a really good truck for me. my gas mileage has really been sucking lately so I'm sure this has something to do with that too.
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It was the plugs....
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