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Chugs/dogs when hitting approx 40-45 mph

Ok after a full tune up plugs, wires, cap, rotor, air filter, fuel filter still happened. put on new intake gaskets. still happens. any ideas??? There is one more fuel filter we didnt know about under towards the back to change, will do soon. any other ideas?

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  • zibbyds Oct 01, 2008

    ok thanks will give a shot, how big of a hole do ya suggest?

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Timming belt or a cloged cat. good luck you can drill a hole in the pipe before the cat to test.......

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    Jimmy Oct 02, 2008

    maybe 1/2 inch or so

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