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Flatspot on acceleration vecihle creates flatspots and i would like info on how to resolve this.

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  • johnsworld Jun 30, 2008

    Thanx bud.Most certainly an option to look at .John

  • johnsworld Jun 30, 2008

    The sentra i have does not run with injectors.It has a carb

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Hi there a flay spot on one of those cars could be due to your timing (or also need a tune up due to a injector being blocked also

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