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Re: o/t 1995 chevy cavilier running rough

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jerry 4 said: (quoted from post at 09:09:16 06/22/13) my wifes car she bought new in 1995 , has 223000 miles, is a 5 speed. it wants to spudder and miss while trying to cruise at a steedy speed. at 55 mph in 5th it misses , but speed up it runs fine. i have replaced plugs and plug wires. replaced throttle potition sensor. ran a bottle of seafoam .tried dry gas/and different fuel injector cleanersits got pleanty of power, it just can mantain a constant speed. the checkk engine light only comes on when it starts to miss but has no codes stored on the computer any ideas? i hate to just start randomly start replaceing parts.

at a steady speed. at 55 mph in 5th it misses,, If I had to guess my money would be on a ignition miss-fire,,, go after the coils...

If its a 2.2 theirs 2 of'em if a 2.3 its a assy.... You said it had wires I would think its a 2.2...
If you want to play and have this type of coil pack its basically the same as yours...

It can not be stressed enough to use the correct spark tester not only on HEI on any ignition system...

Its worth the extra buck are 2 to go with BWD "Select" E51 coils. They are not OEM and I like OEM but have gave me good service. I would use OEM plugs (AC's, denso's are even NGK's NUTTIN else) and Napa Belden are AC delco plug wires. If you have anything else in it when it came to me it would get swapped out even if it did not fix it I am not going to chase my tail because someone were to cheap to buy quality parts....
This post was edited by Hobo,NC at 06:25:34 06/22/13.

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