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I am haveing a problem with my venture keeps bogging down when you give it gas just got a muffler about a month ago and the people toold me the cat was bad did not change it now my bogs down gave it a tune up change the oil and the spark plugs and the 02 sensor still bogs down change the fuel pump and it still bogs down but will idle the hole time

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You were told you had a bad Converter

So you spent time & money on a list of
other unnecessary parts ??

The converter is most likely blocked
and was your only problem !!

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