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Rumbling noise when under load and when pulling away

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Not all of your cylenders are firing properly. When this happens it causes the Engine to become unbalanced, Hence the rumbling. Check the spark plug wire to make sure they arent loose. Also as a mechanic i would suggest a full tune up. new: plugs, wires, cap, rotor, air fitler and oil change. I hope i was able to help!

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