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Problem with fuel injection

Hi, my 1998 Daewoo Lanos is giving me some problems. When it runs at a slow speed, a little bit under 1500 rpm and without accelerating, it starts to fail (like heavy stamping). The car is also using 25% more gasoline and feels like a boost after passing 3000 rpm.
The complete fuek injection system (including the pump) has been checked, even changing the TPS and reviewing compression, valves, etc.
But the problem still is. Any help?

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Hi

These cars, if I'm not mistaken, are fitted with Vauxhall engines, and therefor from the symptoms you describe, I would have the camshaft sensor checked out, they have a habit of failing.

Very best regards

Geordie

Posted on Jul 13, 2008

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