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No power when accelerating

I have a suzuki sidekick 92 4 dr, but when i push the accelerator, the rpm goes under 500 rpm and it finish to stuck. i changed the fuel filter, a new exhaust line changed sparks, plugs and distributor. i am a little lost with it ...need help.

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Once you rule out some kind of ignition problems,; spark plugs and wires, ignition timing, distrib. cap & rotor, the cause may be low fuel pressure from a failing pump or clogged filter. Listen to the pump in the gas tank. If its been getting louder lately, have the pressure tested.

Posted on Jun 26, 2008

  • Knutkase Winstunner Oct 05, 2013

    i have the same problem how ever i changed the feul pump and i'm still getting the problem. any other solution you have that might help?

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