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I have mitsubishi lancer 2006. It is 1600CC auto trnsmission. Recently I got the gear oil and timing belt changed. It has done 90000Km. After this change the car is giving a strange problem. When I start the engine after sometime when the engine has cooled it starts missing. But after sometime when it is hot then it stops missing and drives normally. Pl help me in this regard. Thanks

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Check the coolant in the engine and if needed gear oil changed again..

Posted on Dec 27, 2010

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I do not think the misfire is related to the repair. You could take a trouble light and look/feel around under the hood to see if a vacuum line is not plugged in or a wire connector has been left unhooked or loose. Then I would try and find a good fuel system cleaner (I recommend Chevron Techron) and run a tank of gas through to see if you are just dealing with dirty fuel injectors.

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