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2000 Lincoln LS has P0305 and p0306, misfire on #5 and #6

My wife filled up at a gas station we have never used before, and drove about 20 miles when the car suddenly started misfiring on cyls 5 and 6. I had a issue with bad gas previously and think that is what this may be. Any suggestions?

I have had intermittent left and right catalyst codes recently, too. But, the engine did not seem to be affected by them.

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Go to your auto parts store and get a couple bottles of heet and put in the gas

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