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Car have no power when put in drive, **** a lot.

Checked plugs, plug wires, petrol pump and injectors and it seems fine. Sometimes when i try to drive, i only go around 100 meters and it went into "powerless mode". I think of the petrol filter, but someone told me it is my computer? Please advice, thank you.

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No one on the internet or over the phone can diagnose
& resolve any vehicle issues

You need to have the car to road test,talk to owner
& do some testing

You personally can't do much, without wiring diagrams
& diagnostic manuals & charts to follow & learn it's systems

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