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98 neon. Skipping when running. Set timing the best I know how. What should I do?

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Skippin on the belt you mean??
replace engine

Posted on Jul 25, 2013

  • Daniel Cunningham Jul 25, 2013

    No it hesitates when accelerating. It's like a vaccine line isn't hooked up but I know they all are. What should I look for?

  • montehammons Jul 25, 2013

    How did you check timing? Hesitation can be from air supply -check air filter, fuel-check fuel filter, have fuel pressure checked, ignition-old or worn spark plugs with gaps too wide. Other things possible, but it is often a fuel related problem.

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