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Had a test on my ford mondeo and it came back with code P1331 Manufacturer specific fault code

Having problems when driving it feels like the fuel is slow getting used and the car is holding back slightly when driven, it also gerks back on occasions. please help?

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    i have a problem when driveing the car jurks and seem like its about to cut out ,had loads of work done on it has cost lots but cant stop the problem.

    cheryl.

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Check your fuel filters are clean and also air cleaner, if not replace, run through some fuel/injector cleaner or octane boost with a full tank. should do the trick if not move along to checking the coil packs / spark plugs.

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