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99 Honda Civic - has reduced acceleration

Delta Sonic replaced fuel filter and then did a fuel system tune up...The car barely made it home...and died in the driveway...Delta Sonic said that maybe the carbon blew into catalytic Converter and it was plugged now...
Is this possible? Are they responsible?

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Tell those monkey they cloged you car come tow and fix ore your sue there *** it ran going in there it should ran when you leave there,, and tell them you want them pay for rental for your hardships.
Sound like like the guy didnt know what he was doing when he did the fuel injection cleaning to me. Tell them you want be repayed for doing a bad work on your car

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