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Engine feels like it stops for a second.

While driving engine feels like it stops for a second. Spent $800 to replace Vac and another hundred to replace fuse. It still does it.

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I guess you need a better shop that can start over
& actually diagnose issues.

Posted on Jul 09, 2013

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