It all started after I accidentally skimmed a large puddle and was particularly bad in wet weather for a while.
I had a mechanic look at it and they replaced the distributor cap and wires saying they were bad and causing it, but it returned the next day.
I noticed that when I avoid the highway and keep the rpms below 3000 when driving, it doesnt happen. I also put the a/c on if I think it's idling too low to keep it running.
My research has led me to believe it's either a dirty EGR valve or a bad fuel filter.
The car has 149,800 miles with new spark plugs and I just got an oil change.
Please help, thanks!
have the same problem?
Friday, February 8th, 2008 AT 12:51 AM