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Unread 09-11-2012, 03:44 PM   #16
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I have thought the same about the vacuum. Can't seem to find any vacuum leaks though. All my ports check out to the correct psi. Made a quick trip to the store last night(about 2miles) it sputtered a bit but i accelerated through it no issues. It did stall at two red lights and I had to go WOT to get it to turn over. Parked it till 9 this morning, came out, started and drove all day no issue. Hellifiknow

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