Chevy Camaro

Why does a 1995 Chevrolet Camaro not run good it idles too fast and uses a lot of gas?

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2008-09-09 01:08:36
2008-09-09 01:08:36

With all of that going on I am sure that the check engine light is "on". The first thing is to go to a shop and scan it for codes. If you go to a parts house and have them do it then their business is to sell parts. Just because you have a certain code it does not mean that part is bad. It only tells you in what area to look in.

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