Guess I should had elaborated a bit more. The original engine had the same problem, but not quite as bad. The reason for getting another engine is because the old one blew the head for the 4th time. I got the engine from ASAP and had a recomended shop install it. The mechanic had to use parts from the old engine. This makes me believe that some part from the old engine is making the new one do the same thing. Might it be a sensor or maybe the distributor itself causing the problem. The mechanic tried new plugs, wires, and distributor cap.
Thanks for the quick response and your previous suggestions. By the way, this engine is fuel injection.
Friday, March 31st, 2006 AT 10:25 PM