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One of my cylinders for my VW golf is missing its fire.

The spark plug is okay, I can see the spark, but why is my car very rough and why is the cylinder missing its fire?

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Poor Injector causing the fuel to spit instead of spray

Burnt Valve on the exhaust or inlet allowing gases to be drawn in and out whe they should not be.

Injectors can be cleaned with an addative to the fuel

Burnt Valves need to be checked with a compression tester

Posted on Jul 20, 2009

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