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What would cause my engine to hesitate when in motion?

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A bad plug, If the car is sitting at idle it doesn't require a lot to keep the plugs firing, so when you drive the spark increases more frequent and one of the plugs may not be able to fire on every stroke at the best it should causing a mis-fire. If you change these, use a OEM type because some of these platinum and higher rated plugs will make a 4 or 6 cylinder runs worse. I've seen this happen quiet often.

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