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Misfire...Lost 8 MPG

Recently had a misfire and loss of gas milage replaced plugs, wires, oil, airfilter, still having problem maybe a vacum leak but i sprayed ether at the manifold and no idle change and still misfires any ideas

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  • tacochilidog Jul 06, 2008

    yep same thing replaced spark plugs and boots still same thing

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