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Old 11-10-2005, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello. I'm sort of new to the whole 4 wheeling thing and everything so I haven't done much work on this vehicle other than throwin on some tars.

I have an 86 samurai 5-speed that's from florida originally. It's ran like a champ until recently. It would start great, but as soon as you begin to let out the clutch she stalls. You can rev it as high as you want, and it does the same thing. The strange thing is, it's only after it's been running for a while. I guess it's been like this for 3 years or so now. I took it to a mechanic who threw on a new cat and exhaust, but that doesn't sound right to me, it sounds like it's an intake problem to me, but I'm no mechanic. Any idears?
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