So... what do you mean by "a service"? It seems by your statement that the
service was not in address of this problem. What you describe sounds like a
problem that should first be addressed by a basic tune up.
What kind of "service". An oil change? If it was truly serviced, they would
have investigated the problem. Could be a lot of things. Spark plugs,
wires, coils, ignition module. I'd start with new plugs and wires. It is
easy to break a wire internally when changing plugs so eliminate that
possibility. (plus, they seem to leak and ground out after five or six
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