Question about 1988 Oldsmobile Delta 88
On this fine problem, you're looking at many possibilities. Only sure way, is to test things. Are you getting a SES (Service Engine Soon) light? If you do, start there, run the code and see what it is. If not, possible things could be, your spark plugs are old and cannot burn the fuel, you pretty much have a misfire, fuel injector(s) are dirty. Many things really. My car had that problem, and turned out I had a bent intake valve, so like I said, could be many things.
Posted on Jun 04, 2009
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