Question about 1997 Chevrolet Camaro
This sort of problem is difficult owing to the complexity of modern vehicles and i would suggest you take it to a dealer as without my head under the bonnet its very difficult ,you have changed the regular items that could cause it so its possible you have a malfunctioning ECU fault and without the correct software to read the problem then no chance
Posted on Feb 17, 2012
Check the distributor cap/wires/spark plugs. Also might be clogged injectrors (injector cleaner)
Hope that helps
Posted on Mar 18, 2009
Check for vacuum leaks, especially around the intake manifold gasket. You can do this by running the engine and spraying intake cleaner around the gasket. Any vacuum leak will **** in the intake cleaner and cause the idle to change.
It could also be a dirty Mass Air Flow sensor, faulty oxygen sensor on bank 2, plugged catalytic converter, or plugged or faulty fuel injectors - thus, it would never hurt trying the sea foam.
Also ensure the filter is not over-oiled
Posted on Mar 30, 2010
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