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check transmission fluid level and condition. sounds like there may be a problem with the transmission shift drums/bands. these have a problem with the trans wearing out causing shift type problems. have the trans checked by a tranny shop.
My bet is on a bad Oxygen sensor for the random misfire. Don't forget there are upstream and downstream Oxygen sensors. Check the Rock Auto site for prices. It looks like you can replace both for about $60.
There are only 2 bolts. They go straight up through the starter motor housing into the engine block. You may have some plastic covers that go around the starter and flywheel area that will need to be removed to get to them.
it is the automatic load leveler that pumps air into the back shocks to level the car so it rides better when there are lots of people or weight in it. it is in the frontof the car opposite the battery, just disconnect it. had the same problem on my 1990 olds 98.
There are 2 problems for code 34. First, is manifold absolute pressure(MAP) sensor signal voltage low. Second, Mass Air Flow (MAF)sensor signal-low airflow indicated.I dont have anything for the MAC.Hope this helps