It certainly could be either faulty new parts or not quite rightly
installed good new parts. Barring that ....
Maybe you could clarify your symptom description.
While cold, does the car start to miss as soon as you accelerate, or
does it only start to miss after it is warmed up?
If you pull the choke out do the symptoms go away?
If you leave it out of overdrive does it miss?
If you get the engine running above 3000 rpm, do the symptoms subside?
If you drive at, say 3500 rpm for a couple of miles do you get the
Are the symptoms dependent on the load on the engine, as in are they
dependent on how far down your foot is on the accelerator pedal?
Do the symptoms subside if you lift up a bit on the accelerator pedal,
or does it continue to run rough after that?
On Mon, 28 Jul 2008 10:23:14 -0500, you wrote:
::My local shop here in Minneapolis cannot seem to figure out why the car
::misses under load. After a good warm up, it seems to run great for a few
::minutes and it idles like a champ. As soon as we hit the in town highways
::it starts to miss as soon as I accelerate, especially in the 2200 to 3000
::RMP range when I put it into overdrive and give it some gas.
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