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Shake and mis fire
Shake and miss-fire.....have you noticed any other symptoms? I would check spak plugs and hight tension leads for cross/miss fire firstly as this would be the most common cause. Once you are confident that these are not the problem you then have to open the can of worms. Most vehicles produced after 1990 are computer controled. This relies on sensors sending sending information to the computer so that it can deliver the correct spark or fuel mixture at the right time. If a sensor is sending the wrong info the computer sends a faulty adjustment which will cause a miss fire which will cause your vehicle to shake and lose power. The quickest way is to plug an analizer in to check the sensors. If that is not possible for you then more info is needed to give an educated guess at a correct diagnosis
Posted on Nov 19, 2013
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