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Looses power when gets warm

I replaced all sensors and relays i know of dealing with coil,distributer,tps. it starts perfect runs great until starts warming up slowly looses power until warm then looses all power it also gets warm really fast now?

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  • jecjrcar Nov 11, 2008

    i have also just replaced timeing chain and gears, water pump,and thermastat

  • jecjrcar Nov 11, 2008

    sorry i did forget to add timeing is on the mark, one other thing with the engine light not working,should it on this model wondering since it has not came on at any time thought maybe computer?

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Then you need to check your timing

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  • toney clark Nov 11, 2008

    its possible that the computer is going bad and tripping the check engine light. or it could be the spark plugs wires are not in order on the distributor. or your tps sensor, or the throttle body may need to be cleaned. or your fuel filter could be clogging up.

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