Q: Engine misfiring - 1996 BMW 750iL

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I had the springs replaced at the shop recently. Now, it started misfiring. I had the distributor checked as well as wires and they are fine. What should I do?

Your BMW should have OBD II diagnostics (based on your model year), and this fault should illuminate the "Check Engine" light on the dash. Have a professional mechanic like a certified technician from YourMechanic inspect your vehicle for wiring issues at your home or office.

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