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Engine light flashes car doesnt respond well hesitates when ecelerating

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Sounds like you have a miss fire like plugs or plug wires you can have system checked and find a trouble code or may slove issue by replacing plugs and wires

Posted on Feb 05, 2010

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Are you getting any CHECK ENGINE light at all?

That's my 1st ? before troubleshooting any further as the hesitation could be caused by numerous things!

Thx and best regards in advance for responding and don't rate me until I solve your problem!

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