Q: Q: Starting Issue

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Hello, a couple of days ago my car started fine. I do notice the it burns gas pretty quickly, & has power emission, take a while to reach certain MPH. and when I cut the car off it acts as if he doesn't want to start back up. I had it looked at by a mechanic a few months ago and he told me that my fuel injector was bad. Could this be the problem ?

My car has 119000 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

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