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2005-05-06 04:04:20
2005-05-06 04:04:20

it could very well be that one or two of you spark plugs are cross threaded, you should check for lots of oil around the top of the plugs, and the other thing it could be is ignition.


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Bring to shop or auto parts store and have vehicle scanned to detemine problem -- sounds like it is not running on all cylinders

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it sounds to me like you r misfirin on some cylinders try changin spark plugs and wires if that dnt fix it try the coil paks it sounds to me like you r misfirin on some cylinders try changin spark plugs and wires if that dnt fix it try the coil paks

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