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Can you explain the repairs that were done on the car?Where you posted "they repaired everything?"
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Get another opinion. I checked on the engine compression specs. This car will run on 100 psi compression and according to GM there is only a problem when one cylinder is 70% less compression then the highest cylinder.
You are no where close here. If it's still 150 psi then it should not be the cause of the misfire. You may have a leaking intake manifold gasket, bad fuel injector or some type of electrical problem.
What I would do is have another shop look at the car. Don't tell them what the first shop found, let them find it on their own. If they tell you it's a compression issue, then it's probably time to dump the car. Unless you like it enough to put the money in it and drive it for another couple of years.
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