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95 corsica car is not running correctly sometimes will pick up speed sometimes it wont. may run ok for a few min then bog down, sit and sputter, have checked the coils, checked the compression, checked for intake leak, help im stumped!

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You say you did check out the intake for leaks but what about the catalyic converter. From what you're saying, the bogging down

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