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1992 buick park ave

My buick park ave runs rough and cuts off while idling.It has new parts such as ignition coil pac,plugs and wires,all sensors,control module,fuel filter.Now im stuck cause i still dont know what the problem could be.

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Have you replaced your ignition module?

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