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Lacks power rebuilt fuel pump and carbs due to water and fuel seperation. engine now runs but dies when the clutch engages.not surewhat to do next. carb adjustment had not been touched?

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SOURCE: 1983 Mazda RX7 lacks power rough or no idle

i have the same prob but when i do get it running at bout 70 miles per hour i boggs and wants ta die at idle when i get to a lower speed after i restart it. ive changed the fuel filter and pump n cleened the tank. when i first got the car it had no probblems. no the car will barley start n if it dose it runs fine for a minute then i loose most of the power n it wants to die when i go ta idle. HELP!!!

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