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When i am accelerating it jerks and i see the rpm isle down i drive a 2003 gmc Envoy what could it be and where can i get a free diagnostic?

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Free? sounds like you may have a cylinder down, as coil packs do fail...but I can't tell from here. Bring it to a good garage, or mechanic and ask for an idea, or estimate.

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