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I have a car that has 760866.5 miles on it and i have noticed it is starting to become very slow and struggling to move under accelerating i have took it to a garage and everything that the car needs to drive is fine no one can understand why it is doing so. What is the issue? Thank you

Hi there:

Modern cars have a very complex system that delivers fuel to the engine and rids of the vehicle of exhaust gases. A failure in any part of this system can lead to a car that is slow to accelerate. In the majority of cases, the problem can be traced back to the fuel system. However, without knowing more detailed information about your vehicle or completing a car is slow to accelerate inspection, it’ll be difficult to diagnose what’s precisely causing your issues.

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