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Hi,have nissan pulsar N16 when you put your foot down it seems to cough say doing 60klm then accelerate it doesnt wan't to go,or if you rev it out coughs at about 5000revs(as if its starving for fuel)have changed fuel pump and filter still the same.,any ideas?Thanks Ivan

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