Question about 1995 Chevrolet Camaro
Have the module tested, and do a compression test to make sure its not a weak cylinder due to low compression, this car is listed here as a 1995 camaro which cant be but make no diffrence, remove module and test if it low compression then i would do a motor vac, this is a fuel system cleaning and decarbonizing, i ve had a few that other shop told them that motor neede rebuilding , itold customer to try a motor vac and it worked it had carbon build up on the valves keeping one cylinders valves from closing all the way. if driven too long the valves will get brunt and then its $$, hope this helps.
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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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