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I have a 1996 handa accord and it runs fine but when i try to atay at one speed it is like it runs on two cillinders. could you please help me find out what the problem is. i have tried new spark pluges and air filiter and gas filter and gas treatment

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Gas Treatment -10 oz in 16 to 18 gallons of fuel
what would that do?
Air Filter-clean vs dirty ?
Gas Filter--filters gas ?
Spark Plugs--every see one fail?

Have TPS Sensor Tested/not replaced,tested

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