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Why would a 2000 Saturn SC1 start then rev way up then the rpms go very low then die?

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2005-10-20 14:19:49
2005-10-20 14:19:49

gas pump filter and then the mass air if it has one chek them and if its nune try the throtl body it may need a claning or may be stuck if you still dont have it fixed i would day junk it and get a new car man

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