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Engine idles smooth stumbles every few minutes eventually dies

95 cabrio has 200,000 miles I put stop leak in it twice and struggled to replace antifreeze wasted 2 gallons so I fed it used coolant from junk yard ( 1$ a gal.] also needs valve seals basically its worn out but its a convertible!

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