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Cuttng out bad

I have a 88 grand am with a 2.3L quad 4 eng. about 2 months ago it started cutting out while driving the more i drove it the worser it got so my machanic changed the coil pack and it was fine run like new. befor he fixed it i thought it was the fuil pump so i changed it and the filter and that was then now its doing the same thing again so i changed the coil packs with new ones and changed the coil carage ( battle ship ) new plug ends and plugs it still not right then i changed the fuil rail and injeckters and fuil regulater and $300.00 later still runs bad can anyone tell me what to do next and does it have a egr valve i cant find one on the engine thank you

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It is the coil housing, almost guaranteed!!!! bad mechanics are everywhere!!!! mine went bad within 5 months of a replacement

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I think it is a O2 sensor of a ELD sensor but probably an O2 sensor

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