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92 Rodeo 2.6L 4-cylinder, Spitting and Sputtering under load, usually goiing up a hill. I can restart immediately and runs great for a while, does it whether hgot or cold. Changed Fuel Filter, Plugs, Wires. No indicator lights on except on restart sometimes the ABS Brake Light and O2 Light flashes together but the go off after only a few seconds.

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My first guess would be the O2 sensor. Low fuel pressure would cause the symptom but not go away on restart.

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Sender unit is situated on the LH side(if you're sitting in the vehicle) of the cylinder block ahead of the starter motor. Problems with oil pressure are rarely because of a faulty sender. Your problem starts once the oil has heated up which would indicate worn internals. Start by replacing the oil and oil filter. If this does not solve the problem other possible solutions are worn Main and big-end bearings, worn camshaft bearings, or worn crankshaft and/or camshaft. All of the above require engine removal.
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P0300 is caused by all the cylinders having a random misfire, this is the rough idle u have, i suggest u have the fuel injectors professionally cleaned (not the snake oil u pour in the tank, that doesn't work) with the GM high pressure injector cleaning machine, and also have a cylinder power balance test run, u may have worn valve guides or a worn camshaft. Be prepared for the fact u may have a worn engine problem

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i would say you got bad gas. what i would do is go to your nearest store like wallmart and ger 2 things first thing is called iso heat it takes the water out of your gas and the next thing is a fuel injection cleaner any type is just as good as the next

Posted on Nov 20, 2010

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