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My '95 Chevy Z-71 keeps dying! HELP!


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usmc7998
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Nov 26, 2007, 4:49 PM

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  I have a '95 Chevy Z-71, 5.7 v-8, with approx. 188,000 miles on it, that won't idle. It dies when coming to stops. Won't do it all the time. Able to start it right back up and then it will die upon the next stop or idle. Doesn't matter if it's hot or cold. Already replaced these: TPS, IAC valve, PCV valve, computer, distibutor, distibutor cap and rotor, fuel pump and filter, plugs(not wires, they look ok), cleaned throttle body, no vacuum leaks and all grounds are ok and tight, battery is free of corrosion. EGR has been checked and is okay. So has the ignition wiring and MAP sensor. Fuel pressure is also okay. I think that's it, and it is still acting up! I've had 8 mechanics look at it and they can't figure it out! I'm at my wit's end! Please help!!


(This post was edited by usmc7998 on Nov 26, 2007, 4:52 PM)






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