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Old 03-23-2012, 05:37 PM   #1
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Idk if it's possible but I swear it feels like my car has lost power over night. Is this possible? If so please give your opinions on what it could be
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Could be lots of things. Mine felt like it lost something so I got some techron fuel system cleaner and my car feels back to par. I think it was my injectors
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Re: Loss of horsepower?

It's true.. could be a number of things. Make sure all your connections are still connected as something good have vibrated loose. If nothing is loose or dangling, then check for codes on your PCM. If still nothing lemme know.
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MAF sensor.
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I had this problem not to long ago start with simple things first like spark plug/ coils fuel filter and vacuum lines first. Then try cleaning ur MAF. It turned out to be my spark plugs.
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Is your car idling rough? Or how about your loss of power? Does it come on the higher or lower rpm range?
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Is your car idling rough? Or how about your loss of power? Does it come on the higher or lower rpm range?
My idle is pretty normal. Around 700 or 800. Nd around 3,000 rpms??? I'll have to check on that tommorrow
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