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My Acura GSR is miss firing I just put in new plugs a week ago

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Most honda/acura vehicles dont like any brand of plug besides ngk. bosch is the worst possible plug to put in there if thats the case change them back to what you had in it

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If she ran fine befor ethe new plugs you may have issues with the plugs put in, wrong gap? or there may be an issue with plug wire from moving them around. To help find this with engine running and hood open look for a spark from a plug wire (best done with minimal light to see spark) be safe while engine is running though. Also I'd check any electrical connections that may have been moved or nudged while changing plugs, one may be loose.
I hope this may have helped,
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