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What's a rubber boot for air induction system throttle body

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What engine, no engine, no help
they offer 4 engines, on this car.
here is the official list (pick one please)
if you called suzuki or went online there, they'd ask the same thing,
or you vin, the VIN has digit for engine.type.
1.6 L 16v I4
2.0 L J20A 139 hp 16v I4
2.4 L VVT J24B 16v 169 hp l4
2.7 L V6 185 hp 24v
1.9 L Turbodiesel I4
3.2 L (N32A) VVT V6 D-VVT 232 hp

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My daughter has a 2003 Pontiac Grand Prix, WHEN SHE IS DRIVING IT BOGGS OUT WHEN SHE EXCELERATS Can, she has had the front sensor changed and it is still the same way. could you help or suggest...

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