Question about 1991 Chevrolet Camaro
For a problem like this there could be many things wrong. Fuel pump, filter, fuel pressure regulator, clogged injectors on the throttle body, bad plugs, distributor cap, rotor or plug wires or just bad gas. I would start with the cap/rotor. It is the easiest thing to get to and easiest to check. After that the plugs and wires. If all of this is good use the check engine light and pull the codes. This will tell you if any sensors are out. After that if the problem is still there run a heavy dose of fuel system cleaner through the gas and then change the fuel filter. If none of this helps the last thing it could be is the timing. If it is hard to start and wants to die out while idling the timing could be off or the vacumn advance hose could be disconnected. If any of this helps or you just want more information please feel free to contact me,.
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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