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jason
jason 7/28/2012
1989 Chevrolet Corsica Base 4Cyl2.0L - Engine
My car is chugging when driving slow and dying when i stop. i have changed plugs wires coilpacks and fuel filter.
What else is there to help my car run better
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  • HouseCallAuto
    HouseCallAuto 7/28/2012
    Unplug the electrical connector at the front of the transmission for the transmission lockup torque convertor clutch TCC and if it stops the stalling that you have detailed, leave the connector unplugged without harm. You may like the way it runs better because the transmission will no longer enter "lockup" which is what always gave the car that feeling of struggling when you got up to speed and it engaged. The actual fix is likely to replace the TCC solenoid inside the tranny.
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    jason 7/29/2012
    Is this plug on the top driver side right by the trans lines? Right below the speedo cable
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    HouseCallAuto 7/29/2012
    Yes, it has several wires. The connector can be square or round.
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    jason 7/29/2012
    Thanks for that, it helped the whole chugging problem ive been having. Now do you have any advice on why it still wants to die when i pull in anywhere to park? It acts like its not getting enough gas. Any help would be great. Again thanks for all your help so far
  • HouseCallAuto
    HouseCallAuto 7/29/2012
    So unplugging this did not stop the stalling issue? Please detail the stalling more.
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    jason 7/29/2012
    It helpped the chugging but it acts like it is starving for fuel when i pull into somewhere to park. Driving and stopping at stop lights is fine, for some reason though when i goto park it wants to die like it isnt getting enough gas
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