Q: No guts and overheating 1994 Ford Fairmont

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1994 ED FORD FAIRMONT

It's been one thing after another. My problem now is my car has no guts, have to hold the accelerator to the floor to give it a boost and its fine unless I have to slow down and repeat the process, it also overheats when accelerating over 90km but then the gage will drop back down when I lower my speed.

Thermostat and gaskets replaced. Distributor, cat converter replaced. And a number of other things replaced along with a full service. Help I have already spent over $1600 at the mechanics.

My car has 300000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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