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Car losses power at 55

When i drive the car it runs fine till i get to about 55 then the rpms drop without me letting of the gas and the car shakes and loses speed if i let of the gas the shaking stops its a 93 pontiac bonneville

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Sounds like a bad EGR gasket,, did you wash the engine when it was hot? if so replace EGR gasket

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