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Wont start first time getting worst then has rough idle

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Could be multiple problems, plugs, fuel pump, fuel filter, plug wires, injector pulse, ignition coil's, etc... need to check and trouble shoot to properly repair. If you can use a manual from auto parts store try it, if not to sure then find a good shop in your area to help out. Good luck.

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