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Engine missing when under load

It will miss only when up to operating temp. Whe ambient temp. is cooler it will not miss. [winter conditions] I replaced all the usual tune- up partd and the coolant temp. sensor in the intake.

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Your egr valve is sticking good luck

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No heat while driving down road have replaced thermostat and waterpump


wow 1,double posted, why do that.
wow 2, contradicts the first.
here is your other post
"Have heat when sitting still no heat driving down road replaced water pump an thermos state"
wow3, did this happen before removing parts?
or did this precipitate all actions.
or just doing tuneups and now fails.?
context is everything, and history.
wow 4, no engine of the 4 stated.
you left out HAVE HEAT, this time. why?

why not add to the first post
better yet, answer the questions?

here i ask 1 more time
1: have heat where, (cab heat, or is it engine heat missing or BOTH?)
2: what does the below meter do.? under all conditions, moving car and not. hot engine.????

see the red arrow for good heat,?
the gauge must start low, (at ambient air temps)
the rise to the (purchased) thermostat rating (unstated)
the hold there, parked and moving at any speed.
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x2 levels in actual rad.
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Dear sir/madam,

I think he crank sensor is defective, or installed wrong. The cam sensor controls fuel injector timing and can cause sputtering and hesitation. The timing must be correct for the injector to fire when the intake valve is opening. Check for any scratch marks on the cam sensor. In addition, check the cam interrupter magnet and be sure it in place and not damaged.

The ECM sends a 5-volt reference signal to the CTS sensor. As temperature changes in the coolant, the electrical resistance of the CTS sensor also changes. The best way to test this sensor is with a scanner. When the engine is cold, engine coolant temperature should measure near the same as the ambient temp. Another way to test the CTS sensor is to measure voltage from the time the engine is started, until it warms up. Record the voltage changes as the engine warms up to operating temp. i.e. 120, 140, 160 & 180. You should see close to the full range of voltage (5.0-1.0V) during this test. If it does not change from what you first measured cold, replace the sensor!


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My 1999 Olds Intrigue, 3.5 motor, auto trans, heats up when going uphill. Going downhill, or on a flat road, with the same number of RPMs, it does not. Recently had the engine cooling system flushed, and...


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if you spend a bit of cash and fit an air to air transmission cooler , it brings the operating temp of the oil down to 1/2 ambient temp
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