Q: Car misfiring and sluggish.

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My car is misfiring and sluggish.

Hi there. This complaint is one of the most common problems for the engine on this vehicle. Most other owners have had multiple problems revolving around this vehicle. I will list them in order from most common to least common: spark plugs, plug wires, ignition coil, fuel pump and filter, intake manifold leak, fuel injectors to name just a few. My recommendation is to have a thorough inspection by a certified mechanic, like one from YourMechanic, to check over the engine for any of the issues listed.

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