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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
A fouled or worn plug (spark gap too big) can do that. Also a bad ignition wire can do that. These are especially suspect if it is a particular cylinder that is missing. You may be able to ID it if you get a check engine light and the code is misfire cyl no. 3 or something like that. If it gets worse in rainy / damp weather, suspect a coil pack, spark plug boot or spark plug wire getting wet. If it is not a specific cylinder it may be a clogged fuel filter causing insufficient fuel pressure during high demand such as acceleration or pulling a hill.
Posted on Oct 19, 2014
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