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Engine light on dash seems car could be misfiring slight judder up to 30 mph replaced plugs problem slightly improved but still occurs can you help

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You need to have a code reader hooked up to car so that you can pull the DTC (Diagnostic Trouble Code) code to find out the problem exactly. It could be many things, but it sounds like it could be an EGR problem/Leak.

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