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1994 Chevy Camaro, 6 Cylinder, stalling problem

1994 Chevy Camaro, 3.4 6 Cylinder, starts up fine, runs fine until it warms up, then starts sputtering and dies. starts right back up, but then does the same thing. Anybody know what could be causing this?

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  • Patricia Czovek Aug 21, 2016

    Thank you, Yadayada, I am taking your advice, and i can see already what you mean about the sludge. I am cleaning it now, will let ya know the result as soon as I know! Thank you, again.

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Try cleaning the throttle body and the idle speed control valve, they get full of sludge and this causes stalling. Use a product called CRC Throttle valve cleaner on both parts, DO NOT USE CARB CLEANER IT WILL RUIN THE PARTS.

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