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What would cause rough idle shuddering and loss of power in a 1994 Camaro V6 after a tune-up with new wires plugs and adjustments?

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2011-09-13 17:54:49
2011-09-13 17:54:49

Maybe faulty adjustments? How did it run before you replaced all the parts? Maybe you have two of the plugwires in the wrong holes? Do you understand how the firing order works?

How many modifications, aftermarket parts have you installed on the engine? Is it used for racing?

check you firing order all plug wires go in the same spot thay were in on the distributor cap and the engin check your plugs for proper gap and to make sure u didnt crack any and check to make sure u didn't move your distributor housing as this would advance or retard the timing and check your rotor dutton for burnt ends or week springs that's the thing under your distributor cap but i recommend having some one look at or help u with it if u don't know much about cars because these steps if done wrong will cause car not to run or run like crap how ever if done right should fix the car

have your catalytic converter checked out, a plugged converter can cause car to overheat, have a huge loss in power during acceleration and die when coming to a stop.

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