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Dynasty 3.3 bogs out on accelaration backfires mostly under off ramp accelration,/replaced, fuel filter,air filter,plugs,wires,oc sensor, throttle body sensor,hammered the converter,still there.

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  • hammy1972482 Jul 12, 2009

    thanks man thats what a few people said i was hoping i didnt have to go there,how would you start checking it and fixing it

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

    backfires when sensor is plugged in

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