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Old 10 Oct 2009, 02:27 pm
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Default Concerto automatic loosing power on uphill gradient!

Hi, Can anyone please advise me on what could be causing my concerto to loose power uphills and basically comes to a stand still with little revs and eventually picks up again and drives fine? So far all i have done is change the air filter.

I thought maybe it was fuel starvation, filter blocked or pick up pipe but now im wondering if the problem could be electrical?

Does anyone know if there is a fuel filter on the concerto and how many. Also if theres a manual I could purchase

If anyone can help id really appreciate it!
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