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  • avatar karjunkie 12/04/09 11:26 am PST

    Usually that's a fuel starvation problem that can be caused by a clogged fuel filter, weak fuel pump or a vacuum leak in the intake manifold. Do you have a check engine light on?

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  • karjunkie 12/04/09 11:26 am PST

    Usually that's a fuel starvation problem that can be caused by a clogged fuel filter, weak fuel pump or a vacuum leak in the intake manifold. Do you have a check engine light on?

  • whiterabbit1 12/04/09 3:00 pm PST

    If it slows down while driving at highway speed, it can be that the catalytic convertor has become clogged and back pressure causes power to be reduced. The clogging can be due to driving with a bad oxygen sensor or just very high mileage.

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