As long as I am continually accelerating or have the c/c set there are no issues. If I bareley give it gas whether it's in park or just trying to ease along it sputters terribly and almost stalls. I have already replaced the fuel filter,plugs,wires,oil etc. Any suggestions?
Engine Sputter on 1993 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup
by mikemmull in New Bern, NC on July 16, 2009
ANSWER by dandd on July 16, 2009
Could be a bad Throttle Position Sensor. Is there a Check Engine Light On? Some times a Throttle Position Sensor will wear just at the point where you start to give the vehicle gas, it is called the 'tip in point'. It may or may not set a code. Good Luck!
ANSWER by Visitor on October 16, 2010
replace the distributor...the 2 ignition module wires from dist. to the module get old,dry rotted, from heat and age and ground out..happened to me..costed me 200 buks auto zone factory replacement distributor, a new cap and rotor should fix the problem..
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