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Okay first off a tune up was put on this car two weeks ago as well as two sensors. now every morning when i start it it shudders or it sounds like its about to cut off. sometimes it does cut off. please help me.

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I suspect you have a different problem, either fuel or head gasket , check the color of the plugs, if there are two that appear light color, it may be a gasket problem, if they are all dark fuel

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