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A 1988 Corvette with a 1986 engine Tuned port injection From a stop light excelerating in the beginning does fine then falls on its face?

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2006-06-26 15:49:21
2006-06-26 15:49:21

Could be a number of things, the first thing I would check would be the TPS (throttle position sensor)The sensor itself could have a bad spot which would mean replacing the sensor, also check the electrical connection at the sensor. Second would be to check the connection at the MAF (Mass Airflow sensor). Other things to check would be fuel pump, fuel filter, fuel pump relay. Good luck

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