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My 1991 hona accord keeps bogging down and chugging and I can push on the gas and it won't go any faster. And it kind of smells like exhaust and nail polish remover. Then after a while It'll hiccup and drive normally again and the check engine light will come on.

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Check the fuel filter ,see if it is restricted,and check the fuel pressure of the fuel pump,this most likely is the problem

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