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    2001 ws6 m6 52,000 miles bolt on mods.

    I changed my plugs and wires about 7,000 miles ago and ever since I have this shudder upon low rpm accleration. So I want to check the plugs and wires. Is there a easlier way then just replacing everything again. I heard something about removing one wire at a time to test them, hows this work excatly, advice?

    Another things no codes showing up on dash, should they for plugs/wires?

    Thanks alot
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    You Would Get A Misfire Code If You Pull A Wire So I Would Look Elsewhere.

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    "bone stock....."
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    What plugs are you using?

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    NGX plugs I think. So should I be getting a code on the dash if I have a bad plug or wire ?

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    I Was Told To Be Careful Doing The Plugs And Wires Because If You Don't Get The Wires On Making A Good Connection It Will Set A Misfire Code. I Used Ngk's And Msd Wires And Have Had No Problems.

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    Yeah NGKs are the ones and I used Taylor wires. My question here will the misfire code will be set on the dash or only come up on a computer? Is the same Todd I bought the slp exhaust from?

    Thanks

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    "bone stock....."
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    If it throws a code, your check engine light will come on.

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    Thats the think no "Check Engine Light" comes on so should I look for something else that maybe wrong instead of plugs/wires?

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    I've only troubleshooted LT1's for that problem, and I've had a blown motor with no CE light, so I would say yes, just in case the PCM didn't pick it up. To check them, just make sure the wires are securly plugged into the coils and plugs and not burned. You'll be able to see if they are damaged fairly easily. Worst case, take it to a dealership, and have them give you a price qoute to fix it, but don't authorize any work. They will tell you what is wrong with it, then you can fix it yourself.

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    Yeah, they I heard the possibily that wires could be broken inside. I am tossing around the idea that maybe there is something wrong with the fuel pump

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    Alright cool

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