88 PARK AVE
1988 Buick Other
Hey I have a 1988 Buick Park Ave that was running bad when cold. I changed the plugs wires and fuel filter that was so clogged you couldn't even blow throught it. It still starts rough missing in the #2 plug inlet. untill it warms up and then runs like a champ. I am wondering if the coil pack would need to be replced in order to cure this problem. When I got hte car the gasket for the coil pack was new and sittin gon the inside of the engine like someone did something in the coil pack and didn't use the new gasket which makes me lean towards them actually NOT DOING a damn thing to it and screwing the old couple over that had the car b4 me. Can anyone give me any hints or help on this at all :) Thanks :D
April 6, 2006.
April 6, 2006.
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