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I have a 1993 mitsubishi gto v6 that once warmed up misses underload between 1500 and 2000rpm ive changed the spark plugs and suspect it might 1 of the coils

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IF ITS ONLY MISSING AT THOSE RPMS THEN IT COULD BE A NUBER OF THINGS LIKE CAS BEING OFF, SPARK PLUGS GAPPED INCORRECTLY,FUEL FILTER,FUEL PRESSURE REGULATOR,NO POWER TO AN INJECTOR ,TIMING OFF ,ECU,N YES COILPACK, START SMALL BECAUSE IF IT WAS COIL PACK IT WOLD DO IT CONSTANTLY, N SOMTIMES WHEN ECU IS GOING OUT IT DOES FUNNY STUFF LIKE THAT LIKE NOT LETTIN SOME THINGS WORK AND THROWIN CELLS ON OTHERS N BUY THA TIME U FIG ITS ECU U ALREADY BOUGHT EVERYTHING

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