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Problems eclipse 92

I've got a mitsubishi eclipse 1992gs manual transaxle, i replaced the gasket between the cylinder head and the cylinders and the timing belt too. and my problems are:
- check engine light on.
- when the engine gets more than 2500 rpm, it begins to shake, but when it gets more tha 3000 rpm, stop to shake
- i can't start up the engine, i have to try 3 times(average) to start it up, but when it gets warm I can start up the engine without problems

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Vaccume lines are a big big deal on the 1 and 2 g's check the 2 lines that go to the egr valve behind the throttlebody and for the lag in starting iam say cam senser check it clean it it controlles the injectors and wont let them come on if it dont reat the cam is turning

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