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Master cylinders number 2,4,5,6 are miss firing

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I'd say most likely you're catalytic converter and or the EGR valve may need repaired or fixed. THe EGR recycles some exhaust in order to recombust fuel. The catalytic converter reduces toxicity of emissions. Car dealers can diagnose these thing for around $100-200.

Posted on Sep 28, 2009

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