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Under acceleration, the car bogs down(like falling on it's face). One of the modules in the distributer went bad, so I replaced it and the pick up coil. Thought it might be a tooth off, so tried adj by a tooth at TDC. It made the car not start. I'm baffled! Any suggestions? The motor is rebuilt and has less than 20000 miles on it.

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Sounds like fuel filter is stopped up.

Posted on Sep 05, 2010

  • smithjeff140 Sep 05, 2010

    Thanks for the tip, I will change it out tomorrow.

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