Question about Cars & Trucks
There can be several causes for this problem. The first thing to check is the fuel pressure. You can borrow tools for this at most big chain autoparts stores like Autozone. If you find that the pressure is Okay, then there is a different reason for your problem.
If you need additional help, please include the Brand of vehicle and Year and Model. Sometimes a common problem for 1 car is on record and it will be helpful in problem solving.
Often things like an EGR or TPS can be part of the problem. Another condition called "Limp Home" mode can be falsely activated and produce your results. You can sort through some problems by whether they activate the "check engine" light or not as grouping things to look for.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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