Q: I have my engine light on, and it popped up as "multiple misfires". I already replaced fuel injectors, coil boots, and spark plugs.

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I already replaced the fuel injectors, coil, boots and spark plugs. It will start up, but it turned off at a stop light.. it's not RPM right. Maybe it's a vacuum leak?

My car has 117100 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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