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Car is making funny noises and wont accelerate

I recently drove it on a flooded street, then it started to slow down.. Now its making funny noises, a little shaky, and takes a while to accelerate.. Please help..

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I had this problem also after i washed my car engine compartment, water in spark plug compartment causes this problem. remove the wire plugs from the spark plugs and dry the compartment/spark plug sockets, also open the air filter compartment and make sure it's dry and clean. also do not forget to inspect your spark plugs also, install new ones and your car will run like new! Good Luck

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Check your air filter see if it is full of water.

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