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Fairly common problem. Typical scenario is start vehicle, runs fine
for 15 to 30 seconds and begins to backfire when placed under load as
customer tries to drive vehicle. Flooring usually makes the problem go
away. Usually does not throw a code.
get a 6 cylinder motor drop in this is best gas saver for most vehicles 4 cylinders dont have the ability to push all the weight of a vehicle but runs smoothly
6 cylinders are as i put in words are evenly balanced for everyday use and not gas guzzler either
If its using a lot more fuel than usual its almost garaunteed an 02 Sensor. Those are located on the Exhaust Manifold's, are about the size of your thumb, and generally have 2, or 3 wires coming from them. If you can, check them for operation before you replace them as sometimes they're kindof expensive.