Ok, well so much for thinking that I had all the major issues fixed as simple as a fuel pump. I noticed today it seemed as if the car was bucking very very small and chugging again while going up hills on the freeway, the outside temp here has dropped below 45 as well if that matter’*.
I drove to car to south Oklahoma this eve, the car is still doing a small stumble if you will when climbing hills and sometimes upon acceleration on the freeway and open interstate. I guess it might be time to get rid of the old coils I have and do the upgrade.
I read someplace that when it gets cold outside it will make the bad typed coils act out if they are getting bad? Any other ideals incase its not the coil? Maybe tps/maf? The fuel pump was changed along with the pump kit, when I first got the car I did the fuel filter, the crank magnet and new spark plugs also.
Thanks for any help with this