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Question Details Asked:Jan 19, 2009 - 06:55 PMStatus:Closed
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sounds like a timing issue, make sure the cap and rotor are installed correctly and not loose as well as the plugs and wires. next get it running and check the timing, it may have a bad timing chain. worst case you have a bad camshaft.
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