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Miss fire missfires only when in gear

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Check to see if you have any codes

Go over the basic things you may not
have done in 3 years,spark plugs,vacuum
leaks,egr issues,old O2 sensors,fuel pressure
at motor

Posted on Nov 28, 2012

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