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I have a mitsubishi lancer 2004 cs3a 4g18. i have change the ignition coil and spark plugs but still jerking..

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IT CAN ALL SO BE THE TRANSMISSION CHECK FOR ANY LEAKS

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Check and clean the intake and breather lines to it from engine, also check the fuel pump. also when was the last time the time belt was changed or checked ?

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you would need to remove the two 10mm bolts from the coil packs and leads and then stick the smaller version of spark plug socket in remove them, bear in mind if u have a mivec motor the spark plugs MUST be Platinum :)

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