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Driving down the road the power stops can not jump it

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Air filter clogged, fuel not reaching the fuel injection system. Corroded battery connections especially the ground. Faulty coolant temperature sensor or intake air temperature sensor. Give it a tune-up change the air filter, fuel filter and pressure regulator, spark plugs and wires. If it is one ignition coil it'll be easy to change so change it too. Change the engine oil and filter. I strongly recommend a tune-up but the problem is caused by one or two of the mentioned sensors. Give it a tune-up and replace the coolant sensor first, let me know how it goes.

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