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My Wifes van ('99 Plymouth Grand Voyager)is not accelerating "normally". She says it slowly accelerates to about 45mph and then runs fine unitl she hits about 69-70mph, then the van will not go any faster at all. The check engine light came on about the same time it started.

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Just by the way it sounds like o2 senser, and so you know you can go to autozone and ask them to scan your obd2 computer for free and that will tell witch senser is not working properly

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