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Obd1.5 check engine light on ,checked obd1 connector to run jumper from grd A to powr B . theres no B pin. obd1 block only has 3 pins. this is a 95 buick regal 3.8l , OBD1 or OBD1.5 . engine sputters and coughs. the check engin light comes on then the engine runs fine. ? changed tps and no change in operation.

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I suggest you use an OBDI code reader.

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SOURCE: Check Engine light & slight hesitation

I had the exact same problem. The mechanic found a spark plug that was leaking on the back of the engine that was a pin to get to.

He replaced all plugs and wires and I no longer have this problem, so you may be onto something with the plug wire being loose.


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SOURCE: 1999 Buck Regal Stalls While Driving

check ur to see if ur catalytic converter is clogged

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SOURCE: Check engine light comes on and goes off

Try putting somw SEAFOAM into your tank. It either your O2-sensor, or EGR-valve. Alot of the time, SEAFOAM will clean these sensor up????

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SOURCE: 1990 Buick Century 3.3L Check Engine Light comes on, stalls.

Need to check for fault codes. Possibly a faulty sensor causing the fuel system to run rich or lean.

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It could be a few things..The map sensor,Throttle position sensor,Fuel pump,Mass air flow sensor..

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