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What would cause a misfire on a 05 Pontiac grand prix?

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2011-11-21 03:50:13
2011-11-21 03:50:13

you might wanna chage the plugs and wires. what other symptoms does the car have. i am having the same problem in my 2003 Pontiac grand prix gt

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