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1994 camaro v6 3.4litre

My camaro idles rough and it sounds like to me that maybe one of my sensors might be faulty

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I have a 98 camaro and around 75,000 miles i had the same problem and i had to change the spark plugs, wires, and a couple of coils. i had to change the coils for the 1 2 4 6 cylinder. the coil is cheap go to autozone plug your car into the computer to find what code is getting thrown out and find what cylinder is misfireing and change the coil. 2 bolts and your done

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Does the wire on the top of gas tank need to be removed to replace fuel pump

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Generally if it is a sensor you should be able to retrieve a fault code. Other things to chek, timing, vacuum leaks, EGR. valve, fuel filter, plugged injectors, spark plug ( gap ), lead wires, distributor cap, rotor.Hope that this will help you. Good luck and remember to rate all replies you get. Thanx.

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