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Possible that an injector is bad. What year make and model as well as engine do you have. Also it can be that it needs a tune up or ignition wires.

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2003 protege surges in rpm


When you say " surges in rpm" you mean it surges when you give it gas, press down on the accelerator. It could any one of a dozen reasons for this; dirty air filter, dirty gas filter, foiled spark plugs, ignition problems, faulty fuel regulator faulty speed sensor, etc. Have the car's computer scanned for trouble codes which will identify where the problem is. Auto Zone and Advance Auto will do a scan.

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I am having a problem with the Acceleration, The petal may be loose? It feel like the petal doesn't go down as far as it used to, the cars takeoff is significantly slower now. I have inspected the gas...


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While driving at 60 mph the car will lose power to 5 mph and stepping on the gas doesn't help. The car doesn't turn off it just won't go over about 10 mph then after about 30 minutes it just turns back on


I would replace the fuel filter if it has not been replaced in the last 30000 miles. Thats all they seem to last,lots of dirt from the gas station tanks. The other thing is the catalitic converter could be plugged. Check the flow at the tail pipe,feeling the exhaust flow while someone pushes the gas petal down repeatedly a few times. The flow should be stonger when pressing the gas petal down.If thats the trouble I think the Chevy dealer is suppost to cover the cost. Call them and ask. They had to pay for my Monte Carlo one.
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When your running out of gas the dirt, grime, and gunk is all you have left except water and that may cause it to surge then slow down irrelevant to the gas pedal pressure.
I've had a similar problem when I ran out of gas
I would try a can of expensive fuel cleaner and a can of dry gas before anything else but that's just me!

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it might be a clogged car , but did you do the simple thing and remove the fuel filter and try to blow through it ?

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sounds like unburned fuel in the catylistic converter suddenly burning the fuel as your car picks up speed [causes the rotten egg smell] your hesitation sounds likley to be [tps sensor] throttle position sensor its a variable resistor which is known to breakdown not a difficult repair and can be tested on a multi meter with a bar graph on it yates210456

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