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Hard to start,but with starting fluid it will start but when you throttle it in drive it only has a half peddle and boggs down?

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Fuel pump I had a Pontiac firebird did the same thing started with starting fluid and very little go power check the fuel pressure with a fuel pressure gage that will thell you if correct

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