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Old 07-30-2003, 12:05 AM   #11
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Hey randallons,

My 92 has the same problem, and there are some others here with the same issue, none of us can work out the problem. Maybe you could read these topic and let us know what you think

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...824&highlight=

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...110&highlight=

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...444&highlight=

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Oh cool, thanks man...Well what you've decribed seems to be the exact same problem in my 97 sse. It sucks that there is no definitave answer. But I guess I just change out all the suggested parts. Any recommendation on brands of plugs and wires? Ones that I can get from napa?
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Just stay away from Bosch.

NGK Iridiums are great Taylor wires are good. But AC Delco parts in general work perfectly
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No problems. I have changed stuff to no avail. I did a tranny flush, no change at all.

The only thing I havent done is a fuel injector clean/change, coil pack change or transmission replace.
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Wires and Plugs! I went through this too.
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Wires and plugs for mine, too. And a 93 LeSabre (mom'*). And an L27 (Jseabert'*). This is what it USUALLY is with those symptoms. Not always, but usually.
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Does auto zone or murrays carry the NGK plugs if so what type should I get and what wiring?
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Just an update here....So i just finished installing new plugs, Delco Niridium, what ever they are, they were 6 bones each. I did the wires as well as a pcv. I'm about to see how she runs. I need to find a road with a nice incline to truly see it this resolved the problem. wish me luck
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is yours worse when its hot ? Mine behaves great until its been running for about 20 mins. Then it starts getting worse.

I am waiting on your results - I have changed my plugs and wires too. Never changed my PCV though
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