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One exhaust pipe blows cold

Other side is hot plus loys of popping out the cold side

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Cold air means that side is not firing, first thing is try a new spark plug

Posted on Mar 19, 2014

  • cassie hendricks
    cassie hendricks Mar 31, 2014

    did its firing just has hollow sound out front jug

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