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Q: Vehicle running bad after tune-up

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I had a tune-up done on my vehicle and it is not running right. I think there is a hose missing.

A: Hi there. If you had a shop perform the tun...

Hi there. If you had a shop perform the tune up, I’d suggest bringing it to them again. A tune-up doesn’t usually include changing hoses but it does include things that would make your car run rough.

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