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  1. I have a 09 Journey 2.4lt and I cannot figure out why they are on. I had a proformance chip installed one day and didn’t have any issuea for 2 days. Then the 3rd day those light came on. I disconnected the chip and reset the computer and did a reset for the dash lights: I have checked all fuses and relays and they are all good. I now have lost my lock and unlocks. I checked for codes and one came up and it was the Fuel level sensor A circuit High Input. So my thinking is that I have to have a bad ground somewhere. If anyone could give me suggestions I will trying anything. Thank you for your time
  2. 6th cylinder misfire

    my engine light came on and the diagnostic code was for a misfire in the 6th cylinder. I went to the shop and they changed all my spark plugs but not my coils. about 30 miles later the light came on again with same code. I would like to change the coil on the 6th cylinder my self so i can avoid getting jerked around. I saw the firing diagram that the 6th cylinder is in front right. I have a 2011 journey 3.6l V6. Is it easy to access?
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