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What do you do if a 1996 Camaro V6 is misfiring and a diagnostic said it was the fuel injectors but you already had them cleaned?

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2005-10-03 07:31:46
2005-10-03 07:31:46

the injectors are prlly bad just cause you clean them dont make them good so i would get new ones

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