Question about 1988 Chevrolet Suburban
My 88 suburban starts good but whene warmed up and driving it runs fine then bogs down and keeps doing this
Hello! Your symptoms tell me that you likely have a catalytic converter issue. When the converter becomes clogged, you will experience a significant loss of power and torque. This is often, but not always; accompanied by the smell of rotten eggs, another tell-tale sign of a converter issue.
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