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2005 Honda Pilot slugguih during take off 49,000 miles

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Try changing the engine oil or change the battery if it is dead.

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I would say you might have got'en some bad gas, Have you checked your filter? May want to get you some Heat and pour into your gas tank. Should help, Good luck to you

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

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