Car Shaking Problems
Grand Prix GTP
Microsoft Windows
Windows XP

Why would the rpm go up and down as if it was going to shut off when you drive it for 30 minutes or so and then turn it back on?

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2005-10-07 00:31:45
2005-10-07 00:31:45

most likely you need to replace your O2 senser.

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