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You should definitly see if it is throwing any codes. That will really help with diagnosing the issue. Most auto parts stores like AutoZone and Napa should have an obd2 scanner to pull the codes. You shouldn't have to go anywhere special for those codes because with a vehicle from after 1995 it is required to be srandardized so everyone can read the basic codes. Sorry jhill. That would have been true for pre 1995/obd 1 vehicles but they have changed it for both monitary and safety reasons.
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