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1992 Pontiac Bonn

I have a 92 Pontiac Bonn. The gages go crazy, and the car wants to stall out. I put a new coil pack and ignition module, it's still doing the same thing.


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I had a 98 GMC Savana cargo van that did something like that. My speedo would go crazy and the car would want to stall giving it gas. Couldnt get up speed over 20-25 MPH. It ended up being a speed sensor. I'm no machanic but a shop had replaced it and she ran nice after that.

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