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Old 06-25-2011, 02:29 PM
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power/vaccum problem

i'm just a novice at working on cars, i changed my in line gas filter and air filter on my 1997 expedition, when i was changing the gas filter the ring in side one of the hoses got bent (no gas is leaking), any way now my truck runs like there is a vacuum leak it idles rough when in gear, and shakes like crazy when you try to accelerate. it sounds like there are loose bolts in the catalytic and tyranny, i unplugged the sensor on the top tube of the air flow but there was no change. i really need hlp has anyone come across this problem. I'm totally lost in Tracy, ca
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