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What would make a one point nine Saturn engine hesitate on takeoff and downshift on low speed sometime?

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2005-11-18 20:07:57
2005-11-18 20:07:57

I just had a similar problem and it was totally because of some bad gas I put in the car. Even putting dry gas in and fuel injector cleaner didn't correct it fully till I refilled the car twice. The downshifting usually occurs when the rpm's drop yet the demand for speed (keeping your foot down on the pedal). This also occurred on mine because of the bad gas. Fill up with premium the next few fillups and switch stations and it should clear itself. Keep your oil checked also. Many I have seen use quite a bit of oil. Check it once a week.

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