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Po353 missfire and a/c not working

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Misfire is usually due to detonation and can be caused by the engine running to hot and poor spark plugs make sure the engine is running at normal operating temperature. Another cause could be bad valves, poor ignition timing, or to low a fuel octane. but most likely it is due to excessive engine heat.

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