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If the motor was cleaned during repair the fuel pump may be bad from the solvent. If it was just a case of low rpm it could be timing or adjustments, but to kill the engine sounds like fuel starvation or water in the head from a leaking head gasket. Check your sparkplugs and see if they look normal.
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
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