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Corolla ignition Read your problem, 92' ignition....I have a real similar problem, severe "miss"/jerking. EXCEPT- mine is at a steady rpm, does fine when accelerating or coasting, starts fine. Did you get your problem fixed? What was the cure? Thanks Mike

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The problem was that the plug leads on the car had to be of good quality so those were changedalso the plugs...

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