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Cyclinder will not fire and I have replaced the coil pack and had the computer checked out

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Iam going to answer this with a question.

If you don't work on your own vehicles and you go to a shop that does.

My question is--How does a Shop replace a coil pack and do other diagnostic checks, and give you a vehicle back with a cylinder misfire?

Posted on Aug 03, 2010

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