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1996 camero stumbeles

Car has 130k miles car stumbles when giving it gas spark pluges, wires , coilspacks. and coil model.are all oe parts when it stumbels you can hear a air sound like noise put only when it gets warm should i check egr

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I had the same probl;em, I replaced the EGR valve 1st,and did not fix the problem. . First check the spark plug wires. Make sure there is no corrosion on any spark plugs and that they are all tight. It is best to replace all the SP wires anyways because there could be a bad or dead wire that is not visible. Bad SP wires cause lack of horsepower and stumble. Coil packs will result in loss of power, stumble as well and eventullay engine misfire. EGR could be part of the problem as well but check the others first especially if they are all old. Another thing it could be is the water pump, if u have not replaced it that might also be your problem.

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