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i dont remember. im not the one that mainly drives my car but i was just made aware of the problem friday. It seems to have got worse since I first knew about it a few months ago.
check it out,and let me know what it is doing...also if the engine light is on,please get me the codes
this does sound like a fuel problem...sense you have no engine light on...the first thing you need to do is to test the fuel presure..these must have no less then 41psi at anytime.....your fuel filter may be clogged,so you may want to change this first...also it is posable to have a bad fuel presure regulator....checking the presure is your next step..print the info below
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INSTALL OR CONNECT WARNING: To Reduce the Risk of Fire and Personal Injury: If nylon pipe is nicked, scratched or damaged during installation, it must be replaced .
INSPECT Turn ignition switch to "ON," position for two seconds, then turn to "OFF" for ten seconds. Again turn to "ON" position, and check for fuel leaks.
WARNING: To reduce the risk of fire and personal injury that may result from fuel spray on the engine, make sure fuel rail is positioned over injector ports and injector retaining clips are intact.
INSPECT Filter screen for contamination. If contaminated, remove and discard filter screen.INSTALL OR CONNECT