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Power Outlet doesnt work check all my fuses they are good .. and i accidentally put 1/4 too much oil in my car since then my car has been a lot slow on acceleration if i drain some oil will it help ?

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I would drain the extra oil so you dont cause damage to the engine an it will run better too sorry not sure about the power outlet

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