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Runnin bad car again

I have aleady cheacked all my fuel lines and changed my ingectors also , still runs bad like what i meantioned earlyer. any other suggestions

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Check your MAF or MAP sensor. The sensor is in your air intake and works off of a 5 volt reference signal from the ECU. Make sure your ref signal is thier and that the voltage increases and decreases with throttle opening and closing while the car is running.  I don't think I ever saw your first post so tell me what its doing if the checks on the sensor are good.

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