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When at idle if you try to give it gas by pressing on excellerator then engine boggs down if you give it gas slowly it takes it also if you are driving say at 55 and hit the passing gear it boggs down let off gas pedel and it takes gas again i changed fuel pump,changed the fuel filter,throttle body position sensor.i also put two bottles of injector cleaner in gas this is a 1998 grand marquis with 61798 miles on it

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Have you actually taken the car for a ride,
with someone from a repair shop in the car,
to experience all the issues ?

You had work done,I assume you paid for,
but nothing your having a problen with, resolved

We have thousands of people on this site alone,
with similar situations

I find it had to believe that every repair shop is
incompetant & incapable of repairing a car

Posted on Mar 31, 2011

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