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1996 pontiac sunfire

Has a multiple misfire and cant figure why

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Either u need a complete tune up or your coil is bad

Posted on Aug 16, 2009

  • robn36 Aug 16, 2009

    either u need a complete tune up or your coil is bad

  • robn36 Aug 16, 2009

    either u need a complete tune up or your coil is bad

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