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I have a 2001 daewoo laganza that has a cylinder 3 missfire. I have changed the plugs and wires, but the car still gets horrible gas mileage and is still missfiring. Car runs like **** up until I get it to about highway speeds, then it smooth out, but anything slower and the car feels like it is going to die.

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My 2001 Daewoo Laganza also showed this problem. It turned out that my valve cover gasket was
not seated properly and oil was accumulating around the spark plug of the #3 cylinder. Replaced gasket and engine started running fine.

Posted on Dec 16, 2010

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