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1988 dodge shadow --runs fine then after it warms up --seems to buck --like its not getting enough gas--

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sounds like a coil pac problem soon as these get hot they do what "YOU" described use OBD 2 scan tool to be positive good luck

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1.Start by changing plugs and wires. 2.Check for vacuum leaks. With the engine running, wigglr every hose you can see, to make sure nothing is loose or cracked. 3.Change fuel filter. 4.Check timing. 5.Check air control valve. 6.Check idle control sensor.

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you have a bad connection somewhere in vehicle engine side, very hard to determine until test drive vehicle with scanner and inspect voltage when it is happening, tell me does the check engine light comes on

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As a first course of action, I strongly suggest that you check the vacuum lines. If you have a worn out or disconnected vacuum lines these issues can occur. I'm suspecting the MAF sensor too. Before proceeding on replacement, please remove the throttle body and clean it with a carburetor cleaner till it's clear of carbon. Carbon deposits can make irregularities on the air flow.
If the problem still persists then go with the MAF sensor replacement. Hopefully, cleaning the throttle body resolves the problem to cut the cost.
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