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1999 kia sephia

I have a 1999 Kia Sephia it has 82,000 miles on it. It bogs out and shuts off while driving I changed the fuel pump and the fuel filter any advice
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It could be anything.but to my knowledge in that year the unit itself was bad to go out (line in gas tank )or it may be electronic pickup very rarely it would be caused from plugs . good luck to ya.

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