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I change the spark plugs and the car is still missing alot.

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Take it to a mechanic. It could be

1. Mass airflow sensor
2. A bad computer
3. Failing coils
4. Failing fuel pump
5. Failing throttle position sensor

Posted on Nov 18, 2009

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