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Starts and idles fine runs half throttle when fuel is applied


Harry, dirty carb or injectors.
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I think you mean an UN Loader this is a valve that redirects (bypasses) the pressureized water back into the intake when you release the trigger When it is not working the machine continues to build pressure and will bog down

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the ed

Oct 08, 2015 | Northstar Garden

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Idles but bogs down with a load


How about a defective fuel pressure regulator, buy a fuel pressure test gauage from Autozone and test the fuel pressure under a load and at idle..

Sep 17, 2012 | 1988 Dodge D-Series Pickups

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My 1995 Pontiac firebird (3.4L V-6 Automatic) sputters when load is applied to the motor (slow acceleration) between 1500 and 2200RPM. Above 2200 rpm the car does not bog much at all. From a take off at...


Check fuel pressure regulator for fuel laying in the vacuum line going to the regulator.If it has fuel in it replace regulator. If its ok then check fuel pressure if its not within specs replace pump.

Apr 26, 2011 | Pontiac Firebird Cars & Trucks

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Unit slows down ,bogs down


check the belts , if there not lose then the incoming power could be low or the motor could be going bad.

Apr 19, 2010 | Ingersoll Rand - Rand Type - 30...

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89 laredo 4.0 Starts, Idles but no power


Have you checked the fuel pressure while pressing the gas pedal? Pressure should stay above 40PSI

Jul 13, 2009 | 1989 Jeep Cherokee

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I have a 1992 suburban 350 motor. truck had no power and bogged down when gas pedal applied. i changed the filter and now it wont start by itself. i spray starter fluid and it runs fine for 1/2 hour then...


first thing i would do i would check fuel pressure if you have good fuel pressure then the next thing i would unbolt the exhaust from the exhaust manafold and then try to start engine if the engine starts up and runs fine then you have clogged up exhaust converters

terry - Master tech

Jun 18, 2009 | 1992 Chevrolet Suburban

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Brand new Husky 60 gal 3.2 hp runs to 30 psi and then starts bogging down and running and bogging down ect. No more pressure over 30psi and i can hear on and off clicking of the motor. Did I wire it wrong...


SOUNDS LIKE IT WIRED FOR 220VOLTS AND YOU HAVE IT PLUGGED INTO 110VOLTS. IF THE MOTOR SAYS 110/220 THEN FOLLOW THE DIAGRAM FOR LOW OR HIGH VOLTAGE. MAKE SURE CORD IS ADEQUATE SIZE. HOPE THIS HELPS.

Apr 25, 2009 | Campbell Hausfeld Air Tools & Compressors

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Motor bogs down at stoplight when pushin gas pedal


The fuel pump relay will cause a stalling or no start condition. You are likely having mass airflow sensor, fuel pump, or fuel pressure regulator issues.

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Nov 08, 2008 | 1985 Volvo 740

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96 pontiac sunfire bogs down and dies when I apply the gas.


as far as the bogging and dieing,it sounds like the tps.a simple trottle body service would fix that.for your new problem you need to some test before pointing to a salution.start the car and cover your tail pipe.as pressure builds it push you hand off.a clogged cat will put to much back pressure on the engine.i would un plug the mass air flow sensor and try running the car.this will turn on the check engine light.check your air filtter and plugs.also check your wires.a nother test is a coil strees test.(you have to go to a shop for this)if the car runs ok with no load but spitts and sputters in drive you may have a openning coil.checking with a meter only works if it does not run.last but not least while you at the shop,have them check your timing.a faulty cam sencer will bog the car down with bad timing advancement but not throw a code.
hope this helps,remember to keep it simple,expensive elec. parts are not always the problem

Jul 07, 2008 | 1996 Pontiac Sunfire

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