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Engine cut out

Sounds like a vacuum leak under the hood whne you let off of the gas after the car is hot the engine dies sometimes when you accelerate

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This is probably a leaking pcv hose put your hand behind the intake manifold while the car is running and you should be able to feel it sucking in. The elbow on the intake manifold will **** in and rip. This is not an easy hose to replace.

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Take it to a place where they have a smoke machine this machine aply smake to the engine and will show up the leak right away

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