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1.My Honda 1999-2000 yr when the ignition is on and turtle is pressed down the turtle meter or indicator will only stop at calibration 5 while the engine resit it going beyond 5. 2.Traveling a long journey at a time the car start jacking when the speed is increase for over taking then some it will not noticed. the injector nuzzles fuel filter was checked and proven OK

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1. get a rabbit, they are faster than turtles,
2, when car jacked, jump out and let the fool have the thing.

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