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Why would a 92 Paseo take a while to accelerate and sputter and want to shut off when you try to accelerate from a complete stop?

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2004-06-28 08:48:37
2004-06-28 08:48:37

sounds like a lack of fuel. 1st I would replace the fuel filter. If this does not help, have the fuel pump checked.

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