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97 plymouth breeze trouble

While driving my car with a/c on I lost power, top speed was 40 mph. and then overheated and when I stopped the car the temp guage was reading normal. the car would not start after that and I had to tow it home. Now I am getting codes for a po441 and po443 which are evap purge flow monitor failure and evap solenoid circuit. I checked all hoses for cracks replaced canister and solenoid but the car still runs like ****. any clue on what this might be?

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Just a shot in the dark.... Have you removed/loosened the serpintine belt and checked all the pulleys? Especially the A/C? Most of them except the main drive pulley should spin mostly freely. The compressor or pulley on the A/C may have failed and that's what is holding your engine back. I don't know the car very well but if your lucky there might be a seperate belt that goes to the A/C.

-Or it could be something completely different. Just something to try.

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