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You just changed the spark plugs on your car why is it missing and sputtering?

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Answered 2006-07-18 17:28:27

Was it missing and sputtering before you changed them? If no, then you could have got the firing order mixed on the distributor. Maybe if you didn't replace the wires also one became more damaged while removing it. If yes, maybe its your fuel, or injectors, and you need to add a bottle of cleaner to your gas tank.

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