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What could cause the number 4 cylinder to stop firing in a 1992 Chevy Cavalier?


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2004-11-18 13:13:56
2004-11-18 13:13:56

A fouled or worn out plug, a bad or loose plug wire. There is also a chance that internal engine damage (burnt valve), or even an injector that has quit working.


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