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sounds like engine misfire to me. but it takes a mech, driving to tell.
if engine misfires?
try getting a 60k mile full tune up.
open glove box, see opr guide? see service list, see 60k column (it repeats)
filters (air/fuel), fluids, spark parts. (generic list, RTM)
or login to alldata.com and click maintenance then full chart
then see all things in the 60k column, those.
When you are creating charts in Excel a data series refers to the sets of values that are going to be on the chart, be it a line chart, a bar chart, a pie chart etc. Different types of charts can work with different kinds of series. If you select the data you want to chart, and use the Chart Wizard, it will detect what data you have chosen and define it into series for the purposes of being on the chart. You can do things like give names to the series or set colours for them or put titles and legends on the charts for them, and lots of other things. When you are working with a chart, a Chart menu will appear on the menu bar and there are options in it to do things with the different series that are in it.
try to open your e-mail inbox (which you use to register to facebook) and open the welcome e-mail from face book or e-mail consisting add-friends and click on the link that you find in those e-mail, then after you succeed log in to facebook, look for the setting of your account then make some changes (i-e: your password). on this step the facebook should send you a confirmation e-mail, go back to your e-mail and open it, click on the link. try to log out, and back log in with your new password.
Chances are you have chosen 'stroke' color as 'blank/empty' in the first pie chart, and 'stroke' color as 'black' in subsequent charts, by mistake. So as a result the charts are having a black outline. You simply have to select 'stroke' or 'outline' color as blank as you did in the first chart. Colors can be chosen in the 'swatches' palette, either for 'fill' or 'stroke' or both. Hope this solves the problem.
Check the source data that it is using to create your chart (right-click choose SOURCE DATA). The result you're getting sounds as if it may not include all the data you want to chart. Generally should include at least two rows AND at least two columns.