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Engine runs rough

This morning it was about 4 below zero I went to start my 03 Saturn Vue with A 4 cylinder in it and it had a hrad time starting. when it finally did start it ran very rough like it was down a cylinder. I then went to the parts store and got plugs for it. It still continues to run very rough. anyone have any ideas.

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Soo many mechanical possibilities if you started a frozen motor..do you plug vehicle in with a water heater at night to keep it from freezing where you live?...you'll need to have a compression test to determine if a ring or valve train component didnt break from starting it when frozen..

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