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2001 Mazda MPV that hesitates and chugs when you accelerate especially when you slow down and the try to resume back up to speed. Does not do it all of the time. Spark plugs and wires have been changed. Mass air flow sensor was changed.

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Check the oxy sensor operation if the sensor has failed the car will run rich and start to chug. this can also be a intermittent thing

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