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1990 toyota pick up

Truck moves at a turtles pace it's not the catalytic converter, but i've been hearing from unqaulified people that it may be speed sensor or oxygen sensors, i just can't see something that small keeping my truck from ecellerating.

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Hi this sounds like cloged fuel filter or cloged ingection sistem ,

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