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I have a 91 classic with the 3.9 and a couple days ago i got in it and realized that when i push down the throttle nothing happens. The engine doesnt rev up to higher rpms and when i hold it to the floor it loses more power and sounds like its going to stall. Its not even going higher that 15 mph down the road and 5 uphill. I've replaced the fuel filter, checked for kinked fuel lines, replaced and cleaned vacuum lines and still its doing the same thing. three months ago ive replaced the plugs, wires, exhaust maifold gaskets and done a regular tune up so i dont know what it could possibly be. I sounds like the engine is clogged and is not getting any fuel so im not sure if its the TPS or the fuel regulator. Has anyone had this problem and got it going again?
 

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I looked at the Diagnosic Box under the passager seat and it came up as a code 44 (left oxygen sensor). Could this sensor be causing me not to have any throttle?
 

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i was driving the car when i noticed it happened and then it was gradually getting worse. the exhaust sounds like nothings getting backed up and im going to be the one working on it but i dont have a timing light or a fuel pressure tester on hand to see if its either missing out or not getting the right amount of fuel. It would idle fine when you start it up but if you give it gas it boggs down to were it almost sounds like it wants to die. ive checked the throttle assembly and it looks like its working fine but i dont want to throw parts at it if the parts arent gonna fix it.
 
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