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98 grand am runs rough at low rpms new cat plugs filters wires

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  • ksadecki Jun 27, 2009

    no check eng light on, on highway when go to pass eng flutters till let off gas and re apply

  • ksadecki Jun 27, 2009

    rpm drops every couple min in park with nothing on

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    yadayada May 11, 2010

    do u have a check eng light?

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Before you get carried away changing anything else, run injector cleaner through your tank of gas. I have patiently solved my idle problems several times like that. Consider our injectors are 10 years old now. Clean or change PCV as well. Dale

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