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bad injecters one or more I thought so to but mine was coil ignition pack under your spark plug wires...only 4 of 6 were firing...easily checked by disconnecting one spark plug wire at a time at the pack to determine if this is your problem...this could save you $ that I spent on my injectors to find out they were not my problem.

Another strong possibility is that the electric lockup clutch in the torue converter is slipping and not disengaging properly, this happens when the transmission valve body and solenoids get varnish on them from leaving your Transmission Fluid unchanged for too long. The failure for the clutch to disengage at low speeds causes stalling and shuddering and you would swear its the engine's fault by the way it feels.

How long has it been since you have changed you transmission fluid?.

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โˆ™ 2007-11-01 10:16:55
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