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2000 buick century. starts and idles but cannot accelerate. engine sputters during acceleration.

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  • meshellz1 Apr 25, 2009

    fuel press reg was changed about 3 weeks ago. just changed the fuel filter. now car starts, idles and accelerate fine when eng is cold. once eng warms, it starts to sputter through acceleration. no trouble code or light.

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Fuel filter or fuel pressure regulator or tps sensor

Posted on Apr 19, 2009

  • Misty Vanarsdale Oct 16, 2012

    I may have to check that out because it seems to me that it happens when I want to gain speed and I give it gas. Thank you for your suggestion it is much appreciatated.

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