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Engine stall when revving up

I have a 1995 Camaro 3.4 V-6. I just replaced the head gasket seals. The car runs fine at an idle. As soon as I give it gas it wants to stall. It is also an itermitten problem, making me think that it is a sensor. I am not sure what I should check or change.

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I have a 1995 Camaro 3.4 V-6 also. Mine would start and die, start and die. It ended up being the M.A.P. sensor and once they got that fixed the computer was diagnosed as not working correctly.
It may just be the MAP sensor for you thought.

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Service/ clean your maf sensor

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