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Old 02-27-2011, 04:01 PM
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Car sputters and bucks when accelerating

Hi my first time here hope I do this right. My 98' accord just started too sputter and buck when accelerating and stalls out. I pushed it too the side of the road and did not want to start it as their is some kind of burning smell. I just had an oil change so I know it's not that. I let it cool for awhile then luckily made it back home and before I could turn in the driveway it happened again. What could be wrong?
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