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95 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE with exhaust removed

This is a crappy vid of my 1995 Plymouth Grand Voyager SE when we took the Exhaust off to do some work. Please note: the engine was not running properly at the time due to a bad Crank sensor & also this is actually a factory 3.8L V6 not a 3.3L V6


 


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