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MY 91 LEXUS IS STALLING IT HAS NO POWER WHEN I GIVE IT GAS IT STALLS.

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MY 91 LEXUS IS STALLING IT HAS NO POWER WHEN I GIVE IT GAS IT STALLS.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Tom replied 7 years ago.
Ok is the check engine light on?
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
YES BUT ITS BEEN ON FOR YEARS AND ITS BEEN RUNNING GREAT TILL NOW.
Expert:  Tom replied 7 years ago.
OK do you know what code is stored for it ,have you tried cleaning the throttle body and the mass air flow sensor
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
WOULD THAT CUZ IT TO STALL WHEN I HIT 60 AND WHEN I DROP TO 2ND GEAR IT STOPS NO POWER.
Expert:  Tom replied 7 years ago.
Its possible ,I would have a fuel oressure check done first when this is happening need to determine if where losing fuel or spark
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
COULD IT BE THE TIMMING BELT
Expert:  Tom replied 7 years ago.
Well if it jumped time then it would run rough all the time,also could be a clogged catalytic convertor
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
IF IT WAS A CATALYTIC CONVERTOR IT WOULD GET HOT WRIGHT
Expert:  Tom replied 7 years ago.
Well it wouldnt glow red it would be hot but it could be breaking down internally causing it to clog and the motor wont be able to breathe right
Customer: replied 7 years ago.
OK, WOULD A FUEL FILTER CUZ IT TO STALL ALSO
Expert:  Tom replied 7 years ago.
Yes possible if its clogged,even a faulty pump thats why I would do the fuel pressure check first
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