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Looseing power to my 1996 Gran AM, when car gets to normal temps.

My grand am as it heat up to normal temps (in HOT weather!!)sometimes stall what could cause this problem to heavy of a load a coil pack perhaps ? or thermostat?

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Bad temp sensor... try new thermostat but drill a 1/4" hole in the new one on the flange not the moving part but off to the side.. i am gm certified

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