I’ve covered the four major categories that cause engine performance issues: computer control failures, emission control failures, ignition problems, and mechanical failures. Keep in mind that performance issues can come from all sorts of sources; the trick is to not overcomplicate things. You might find yourself chasing down what you believe to be some complex electrical problem. Avoid this thinking and remember the rule of K.I.S.S. It’s only complicated if you make it complicated. Check the basics, check the oil, and make sure the tune-up items are in order. Here is a video series on how I diagnosed a performance issue on my Subaru. It’s a great series that covers much of what was discussed in this article.

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Written By EricTheCarGuy
Edited By Julie Hucke

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