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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Two problems that I can see would cause all of that - a bad primary oxygen sensor (the one before the catalytic converter) and a clogged fuel filter. It's possible, if the oxygen sensor has been bad for a long time, that the cat is clogged with carbon residue from running too rich, but I'd change that O2 sensor and the fuel filter and see what happens.
Posted on Dec 10, 2009
if the fuel pump works then you may need to check and see if the fuel filter underneeth the car is not clogged.... you can check also under the hood at the fuel rail to see if you are getting fuel to the injectors... remove the cap and stick a pin in the valve while someone cranks the car over (remember to watch your face, while you are doing this, if it is reaching there it will come out at a high velocity)...
Posted on Mar 22, 2010
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