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2002 ford Taurus will not go any higher than 50mgp lost power when driving what can this be

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Plugged catalytic converter , plugged fuel filter . Have it tested by a qualified repair shop .

Posted on Mar 10, 2017

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    Diane Nobregas Mar 10, 2017

    thank you I will get those things checked

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