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Take the vehicle to an auto parts store and have them read the computer faults Is the yellow check engine light on ? If you are lucky replace air filter, replace spark plugs that might help. If it is a high mileage vehicle it's likely to be an oxygen sensor, or the converter might be plugged up. If either or both of these are present the computer will stop managing (reducing) fuel flow and go to open loop and all that fuel gushing thru the engine will ruin your gas mileage and spark plugs !

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