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I have a F-150 that has issues that will not let the truck accelerate when you get onthe gas. Had it in the shop and they said it was the catalytic converter. I have taken it to 3 muffler shops, all said it was not a muffler problem, took to transmission place, said that tansmission was OK. HAd fuel filter changed. Any ideas?

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You need to go back to the shop that said the catalytic converter was bad and have them verify the repair and put a converter on the truck and verify the repair!

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