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    when i start the car from cold it is running lumpy and sometimes sounds like a misfire and abit hesitant when driving , once its driven or left to tick over for afew mins it seems fine , i have unplugged the maf and there is no diffrence to the idling could this be my problem ??? its a 1.8 sxi 2002 vectra c

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    Did you fix this? I have the same model as yours with same symptoms

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