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Q: Car won't accelerate

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My car starts but will not accelerate or move at all.

A: It sounds like you may have some problems t...

It sounds like you may have some problems that need to be looked at with some diagnostic equipment. The most common problem for this truck are the ignition coils that go bad and cause the engine to run rough. I would have a technician come out from YourMechanic and pull codes on the computer and test fuel pressure to determine what is causing the acceleration problem.

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