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Delayed and low acceleration and smells like something burning clutch

Delayed and low acceleration and smells like something burning maybe clutch

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Throttle body or sensor or both possibly as others has recommended

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    Lori Reynolds May 05, 2014

    Throttle body or sensor or both possibly as others has recommended also cleaning throttle body and replacing the gasket there is a video on youtube.com How to clean the throttle body and take off manifold and bolting procedures as if cranking down the bolts incorrectly can cause rough idle severely using dialectic grease on all connections and nuts and bolts I hope this helps ps see Check out Rockautoparts.com they are 48%retail and A+rating with the BBB for parts i highly recommend them as on any rating site all comments are great 5***** also :) fast ship !

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