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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, i recommend changing the fuel filter and pump. these devices are dirty or clogged with debris. I also would recommend adding a fuel tank and injectors cleaner to the tank once you have replaced the pump and filter. this will scrub the fuel lines and injectors as well. this will increase the fuel economy of the car and it will clean the fuel system thoroughly. you should notice an improvement after you apply these changes to the cars fuel system.
Make sure the wires and plugs are in good condition. if the wires are old or fouled in any way, replace them along with a new set of spark plugs. change the air filter also.
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Posted on May 18, 2009
Has to be diagnosed at a repair shop
Surely you don't think someone without
the vehicle to test ,can guess at what is
wrong with it
Posted on Mar 22, 2013
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