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Why does my 2001 firebird miss sometime while driving?

It feels like it flutters sometimes

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Semi clogged fuel injector, bad gas with water in it, loose ignition wire, bad spark, etc.

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Why does my 2001 firebird miss sometimes when I am driving it ?

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