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Q: Car losing RPMs and stalling.

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The vehicle is stalling while driving. The RPM keeps dropping.

A: There are many variables that go into diagn...

There are many variables that go into diagnosing a problem like this. To give you some ideas things like low fuel pressure, an ignition module failing, a clogged catalytic converter among many others can cause symptoms like you are describing. I suggest you seek the help of a professional mechanic to diagnose your problem correctly and get you back on the road.

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