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Fuel flooding in throttle body,map sensor problem

Won't idle, miss fireing, rough, rough idle
seems to be trying to flood fuel
e.g.r valve problem

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  • Noah Schnabel
    Noah Schnabel Mar 15, 2009

    wont idle real ruff misfires ?cap/wroter/plugs/wires/e g r valve/map cencer&timing all good ?fuiel filter.checked diagnastic /egr valve replaced/mapcencerreplaced.

  • Noah Schnabel
    Noah Schnabel Mar 15, 2009

    also did timeing chain at 150,000 mi. now have 179,000 mi.

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Probly needs a complete tune up and a timing chain

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