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My car has been in the shop about 6 times for the same problem. When you are driving and excellerate the car lose power and acts if it will shout down, but it doesn't shout down. What is the problem?

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I had a similar experience. Car was in shop about 4 times. Finally resolved as a speed sensor in transmission was faulty

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Have they changed the fuel filter?

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