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I have a 2002 pontiac grand am gt 6 cylinder engine motor idles fine but when i rev up the engine it boggs down until i let up on the gas i changed fuel filter and also upstream oxygen sensor it still has same problem , can you please help THANKS

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  • james dunn Mar 24, 2011

    does it have any codes?

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I had the same problem with a 2.2 it was the catalytic converter being glogged had to be replaced

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  • gselsen Mar 24, 2011

    clogged maybe

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