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VIDEO: Stop Chasing Codes With Components

When it comes to misfire codes, it might be tempting to replace or swap parts like ignition coils and engine sensors to get rid of a code. But, you might actually cause new problems instead of curing the original problem. Andrew Markel covers why finding the root cause of a code is more productive than chasing problems with replacement parts.

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When it comes to misfire codes, it might be tempting to replace or swap parts like ignition coils and engine sensors to get rid of a code. But, you might actually cause new problems instead of curing the original problem. Andrew Markel covers why finding the root cause of a code is more productive than chasing problems with replacement parts. Sponsored by Auto Value and Bumper to Bumper.

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