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Have a 1999 mazda 323 that keeps chugging in every gear,have changed plugs twice and petrol is fine

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Traced the fault to the mass air flow sensor which would need replaced,was advised to use a carb spray to clear any debree 1st and see what happens,well cars going great now so a 4 quid spray has saved me 150 quid

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