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Old 10-12-2003, 05:08 PM   #1
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Ok i think this is an ignition problem, i just had one of the coils replaced, and it worked for about 2 days... i don't know if the new one screwed up or what. But once i get my boost to about 0 it sounds like a flutter. Very fast miss. Chungs a bit when at low rpm and with a lot of gas. Let me know is anyone has experienced this before.
fast fludder is best way to descirbe sound.. And car won't accelerate as fast.. thanks
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check the rest of the coils on the car because normally on electrical components they tend to go out one after the other
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