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I had the same exact problem and it was finally traced to bad ground connections. I recommend checking the several ground points throughout the car(including the one behind the tach). There are at least 4 total points, behind fuel filter, behind tach(accessed through trunk), on the intake manifold and on the transmission. Don't forget the battery and its two points. These cars get "green disease" where corrosion builds up between the mating surfaces of the various connectors.
Old 10-22-2008, 02:47 PM
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