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Truck is sluggish on turns and pullouts.

After a few minutes of driving, the truck is sluggish when I turn on to a road. It doesn't happen all the time but it is nerve racking when pulling out into traffic. After a few seconds she picks up speed. I've replaced the catalyst converter and found out it was not defective. Had a complete tune -up and it still acts up. Can you shed some light on my problem.

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  • James Newell Jun 02, 2008

    You may be right. I did not check this because I figured my mechanic checked it when he did the tuneup. I have noticed it happening right after a fillup.



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HAVE U CHANGED THE FUEL FILTER ? A CLOGGED FUEL FILTER USUALLY CAUSES THIS TYPE OF PROBLEM .

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