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My name is derrick my 2001 2.4 Alero is running as if its mis fireing i changed the spark plugs and one plug looked as if it was dipped in oil the car does not smoke so i dont know if its my piston rig or valve cover or if thats why the car runs so bad or if its enjector or what,could you please help,Thanks.

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I don't see where we can help much

You need to have a cylinder leak down test done

Also, have all the vehicles sensors,ignition etc tested, by
someone really good with diagnostic testing

In other words,you need someone to really get
involved and make love to your entire engine

Finding that person and paying them for their
services won't be easy

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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