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I received a tune up and now my car runs badly, already checked the firing order

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First and foremost, make sure Denso or NGK plugs were used. Firing order will be fine as it is a coil on plug design. Perhaps a plug was dropped, and the porcelain is cracked, or the plugs were not properly gapped.

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