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Q: Misfiring issue. How do I fix this?

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Car misfiring.

A: If the car is misfiring then it will genera...

If the car is misfiring then it will generate a code on the computer. I would have a mechanic pull the codes to determine where the problem is coming from. A misfire can be caused by a bad coil pack, Spark Plug, ignition wire, or even a faulty ECM.

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