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'87 2.8 v6

(1990 Chevrolet Cavalier)
in Beloit, WI on February 25, 2010
my car wont stay started for more than a couple revolutions. it only fires occasionally during this. i changed a coil pack, all the plugs and wires, ran fuel injector cleaner, and checked all the regular fluids and stuff. the alternator and battery are fine, it seems to be a fuel problem, possibly too much. my question is, would a fuel filter cause this? i ran a diagnostic and the check engine light said,* ** * ** * **. i'm guessing that is 1 2 or 12. but i don't know what do do with this code.
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on September 14, 2010
check ignition module my 04 did the same thing after i put dubble plat spark plugs in it made one of the cylinders misfire causing too much fuel to go into catlist converter clogging it up so try checking that too good luck UTI'S FINEST NOAH
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