Question about 1999 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
Remove the air tube to the throttle body. Open the throttle all the way and look inside with a flash light. You are looking for a lump of carbon at the egr port int the intake manifold.
Remove the egr valve, using a hanger or stiff wire, clean out the egr port removing the carbon from the intake manifold.
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Sep 30, 2012 | 1997 Chevrolet Monte Carlo
I'd suspect a sticking injector--car should have set the check engine light. Read the code(s) to progress further. If the coil pack were a problem, it would not be likely to fix itself. If the codes indicate an injector problem, try an injector cleaner in the fuel--worst case, replace the bad injector. The codes should indicate which cylinder to change the injector.
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