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What could cause your 95 sl2 stick to run fine one min then ses light will come on then RPM jump up and down then stall?

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2008-06-06 00:34:28
2008-06-06 00:34:28

Perhaps the EGR solenoid. In my 91 sl, when I let off the accelerator and stepped on the clutch, the rpm's would race up to 2500. Check your diagnostic codes.

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