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i had my fuel regulator replaced to stop those reactions

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you will get a hint when the car begins to lose power, start to sputter, or even stall.


Yes, that is one of many possibilities.


005 gap is pretty minimal. While the engine may not run perfect and fuel economy may be affected, it is not enof of a difference to cause sputter and misfire. A .005 gap difference in what we need to know.


first check for a clogged fuel filter then look at the fuel pump.


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== == When was the last time that the car had a professional tune up? More than 6 months ago? Throwing things/money at the the problem is silly, get it diagnosed by a pro and then have it repaired and adjusted properly.


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