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Why would a 1997 Neon not accelerate when the gas pedal is pushed past half way?

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2011-09-13 17:14:11
2011-09-13 17:14:11

this could be a variety of things...first check your throttle cable to see how tight it is...if that's good...then maybe you'll need to change your fuel filter and clean your injectors..this is if it bogging out instead of moving...also run some of that water remover liquid in ur gas...

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