Question about 1995 Lexus GS 300
Posted by Anonymous on
Emissions, somewhere, lots of possible causes. Usually a bad fuel to air/mixture causing the sputtering from the fuel not properly burning. Look for any error codes first and fix those first. A MAP is easy to change and cheap so often people replace that first if needed and move on to other emissions parts.
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