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I have a 95 Camaro and my car will quit while I'm traveling down the road without any warning. I need to wait few minutes before the car starts up again.
At other times, when I bring the car to stop, my engine starts to shake, the voltage and rpm drops as well as oil pressure. Then the car would die.
I took the car to dealer and he could find anything wrong even when he left the car running for many hours. It's unpredictable. Help!
 

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I don't know much about the 4th gen f-bodies, but from past experiences I'll take a shot in the dark at the EGR valve sticking. I'm assuming the dealer couldn't pull any codes?

The voltage & oil pressure drops can be attributed to the engine rpm dropping and poor running.

Did the dealer just let it sit and idle or did they take it for test drive? Just sitting and idling won't actuate the EGR circuit until the transmission is put into gear and a couple of other parameters have been met.

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No code found and he did take it home for drive. The stall happens infrequently or by luck.

<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by cardude:
I don't know much about the 4th gen f-bodies, but from past experiences I'll take a shot in the dark at the EGR valve sticking. I'm assuming the dealer couldn't pull any codes?

The voltage & oil pressure drops can be attributed to the engine rpm dropping and poor running.

Did the dealer just let it sit and idle or did they take it for test drive? Just sitting and idling won't actuate the EGR circuit until the transmission is put into gear and a couple of other parameters have been met.
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