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MISFIRE I HAVE A 1999 PONTIAC GRAND AM 3.4 V6 AND iTS HAS A MISFIRE ON THE ONE AND THREE CYLINDERS IT RUNS REALLY BAD RIGHT NOW DOES IT NEED A NEW ENGINE OR SHOULD I GET A NEW CAR?

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Check the cylinder for compression,, make sure the firing order is correct

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