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1995 Buick LeSabre hesitating.

1995 Buick LeSabre, 110,000 miles. Purchased from my father-in-law, who bought it new. Wonderful maintenance done over the years. Started chugging, or hesitating, while driving. No check engine light came on. One mechanic said computer code showed a problem with the mass air flow sensor. He replaced it, no change. Installed another new one, no change. Different mechanic said code shows the same problem, but, not fixed. Any ideas?

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  • minker01 Oct 18, 2008

    95 LeSabre hesitates/chugs when I am barely touching the gas pedal whether moving already or from a start. Happens especially at 40-45 mph when going up a hill. Have changed; plugs, wires, throttle position sensor, fuel filter, EGR valve, AND had the o2 sensor checked, throttle plate cleaned, ran Lucas oil/ STP injector cleaner/ dry gas through tanks of gas. Check engine light comes on occasionally with a variety of codes which all seem to check out ok. Bought car in June of '08 w/ 74K miles. Now has 81K miles. Gas milage in the high 20's but I know it shoud be better from first hand experience(previously owned a 93 and a 98 LeSabre) Help???

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Have the fuel injector heads cleaned.

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Try change the fuel filter.
and sure there is no abstraction in the air flow from the air filer to the air mixture intake.

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