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My lexus will not accelerate beyond 2500rpm. it will putter as if it's getting ready to cut off. very little pulling power. what could be the problem??

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The catalytic convertor is clocked up. you can empty it out but that is illegal in usa.

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  • sonya Dec 02, 2012

    but the check engine light is not on. does that matter??

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    ali abbas Dec 02, 2012

    it dont come on most of the time

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