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by Ellsworth Chou
If your Chrysler, Plymouth, or Dodge product has a 3.0 liter Mitsubishi V-6, and smokes at idle or startup but not while cruising, you may be able to fix it yourself for under $200.
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I'm going to wimp out and hope that you can figure out most of the reassembly yourself. Here are some notes:
I'm really not sure now if what I thought went wrong at the end of day two ever went wrong. Here's the week:
Here's why I had to retime the cam:
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