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Engine misses 87 camero w/ 2.8L engine. engine starts fine but has strong odor of a rich fuel mixture from the exhaust. I've tested and replaced the MAF sensor. The engine lopes and mis-fires with backfireing occasionally. all other sensors test fine.

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  • f38oldstater Jan 16, 2009

    all have been replaced. when the engine is running the check engine light flashes continously



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