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What is wrong with my bakkie if it sounds and feels as if it is not running on all cylinders and smells like petrol

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Usually caused by a rich fuel mixture. Do a complete tune up replacing plugs, compression check, and carburetor work if needed. If you can do it yourself it will save you some money but I've found it best to take my car to a good mechanic and get a proper diagnosis with a cost estimate.

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no photo of the engine, nor real name of it, Petrol.
btw, we dont have "BAKKIE" here. not a single one.
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what spark system this car has, im clueless.
4 coils or 1 pack.? if one pack , replace all spark wires
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or you measured spark wrong, on 1 pack car.
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