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What should i do if my 2003 jaguar x-type 2.5 cylinder missfires?

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U NEED TO GET THE CAR SCANNED SO U CAN PINPOINT WHAT CYLINDER IS MISFIRING. AFTER THAT WE START THE REPAIR PROCESS. WETHER ITS A DEFECTIVE COIL,BOOT OR SPARK PLUG. YOUR LOCAL AUTOZONE DOES IT FOR FREE

Posted on Aug 07, 2010

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