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Missing underload through gears

Have replaced with coil leadshad timing belts replaced plus water pump

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Missing can also be from low fuel pressure as there is not enough pressure to operate the injectors properly. Under load is when max fuel is required so I would suggest a fuel pressure test to check pump,regulator and filter performance. Run fault codes to check for canister venting problems as there may be a vacuum in the system that is not allowing sufficient fuel through when it is required

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SOURCE: replace timing belt

Consult the manual on this one; It's much more concise than me trying to remember it all on this forum. Do you have access to a manual at the library?

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SOURCE: Brother replaced water pump and

call a professional mechanic as you will bend all the valves and possibly make a hole in a piston ,IF YOU HAVENT DONE SO ALREADY

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