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Old May 28th, 11, 10:02 PM
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Default 1995 camaro starts but dies a few seconds after

ok so I have a 1995 3.4 camaro recently i replaced my head gaskets, intake gaskets, O2 sensors, crank position sensor, harmonic balancer, cam position sensor,ignition control module, catalytic converter. So the problem im having now that it starts sometimes but also sometimes i have to push on the throttle to get it to start and once it starts if i let off the throttle it stalls. Also the plugs are getting gas and carbon fouled which to me is indicating week spark or some type of timing off somewhere. Some ideas I have are maybe the fuel rail, fuel pressure regulator, cam sensor interupter. Anyone have another idea?
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Old May 29th, 11, 06:32 AM
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TPS sensor ?

Any codes getting thrown would help also
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Old May 29th, 11, 11:53 AM
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doesnt throw codes plus it is a pain to read them because its a obd 1.5 which has an obd2 connector but and obd1 computer and you need a tech1 scanner. After sleeping on it lastnight i'm was thinking to take it back apart and check the timing chain and camshaft interupter. all i know for sure is im done throwing parts at it
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Old May 31st, 11, 10:41 PM
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Default Re: 1995 camaro starts but dies a few seconds after

a ground issue chek all ground location as stated by GM--had the same problem on my 5.7 and swapped out fuel rail , reg and injectors off another motor stored and it fixed it
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