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Just had my spark plugs and wires replaced on my grand am 2004 6 cylinder. Now it is spuddering when I drive it and moves like it wants to go when I am at a stop. But it doesn't do it when I am in park.

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Check the wires and make sure they were put back in the right place

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  • Kathryn Thomas Oct 13, 2013

    Replaced them one at a time so there would not be a mix up in the process. Any other ideas?

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SOURCE: 2004 pontiac grand am misfire

Check the plug wires for those 2 cylinders, next check the injectors, as they can cause misfire when defective.

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What engine? You need to have it scanned for codes. Autozone will do this for free

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Most likely your throttle position sensor is faulty. You could have a vacuum leak as well. Most probable cause is a bad sensor. Is your check engine light on? Have you checked your engine codes? You can go to autozone.com and register for full free online repair manual.

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Have the idle mixture motor replaced and clean the throttle body intake, throttle plate, and that throttle linkage you see on the side of the throttle body with throttle body cleaner. Also, dump some complete fuel system cleaner in your gas tank and fill it with premium for a change, you cheap bastard.

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