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Going down the frwy, at 60 -65, abrupt loss of power, down to 40 real quick, pulled over to side of road ASAP...Husband trying different things, hasn't hit it yet. Replaced the coil last night, my husband has been checking some more & thinks it is the fuel filter, any ideas out there??? thanksssss :)

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  • shellgal Aug 09, 2008

    first thing they checked, timing belt fine.....thank you though :)

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