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Could be one of several things. Check your spark plugs and distributor/rotor first off. If the distributor cap has lines inside it, or gray deposits on the inside terminals replace both it and the rotor. I highly recommend NGK Iridium spark plugs... put them in and forget about spark plug issues for 60K miles! Be careful when removing the distributor cap to unplug one wire at a time and place each wire in the proper place on the new cap each time, so you don't get them mixed up. Check your air filter and vacuum the dirt that sits underneath the filter to help it last longer. Changing air filters once a year is recommended to make sure your engine can breathe properly. Look at your vacuum line diagram under the hood and trace every connection making sure there are no unplugged lines or holes,
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i'd bet the catalytic converter is stopped up.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks i took it to the shop i cant remember excactly whatthey said was wrong but mainly its just leaking fluid really really bad and other stuff"
you should make a diagnostic and if you need a diagnostic tool you can find some good ones in chinasinoy.com
Posted on Apr 16, 2013
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