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Sputtering the car does fine at lower speed but when you accelerate it coughs a bit and has no power.It is really bad going up hill

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I had to replace the mass air flow sensor - sputter, choke out, start right up -

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You more the likely a bad set of spark plug wires You need to replace them

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