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Old 03-05-2004, 11:46 PM   #1 (permalink)
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well, i was driving my car around the other day, and i realized it doesn't kick as much as usual, now its gotten really bad. i will accellerate and my rpms rise really slow and sometimes it'll skip(go from 4500-4700 in less then a second, but not fast or anything, usually my rpms will rise fast and smooth, and suggestions on what it could be? i had an oil leak from my valve cover gasket, and i think that some oil got into my spark plug area; would this cause a problem or just get burnt up? i have brand new wires(there actually from an M30, is that ok?) new distributor cap and rotor and the spark plugs are still good
Any Suggestions? please help me! thanks
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