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Old 09-21-2013, 01:37 PM
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Start by replacing the one coil pack that.was on cylinders 1&4- if that doesn't fix it, check the Ignition Control Module' ground. I would suspect the IC module befoer the ECM and I ALWAYS suspect bad ground connections before anythibg else.

Someone here replaced their ECM on the recommendation of their dealer and it wasn't the problem- the dealer wouldn't let them return it.
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