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Asked by Jun 17, 2013 at 01:24 PM about the 1995 Buick Roadmaster 4 Dr Limited Sedan

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have a 95 buick roamaster and the service engine light comes on and off and when that happens the fans come on and when I accelerate the car acts like it wants to cut off and rattles.So I ease up on the pedal to see if it will stop. The light wasnt coming on like that at first but now its back and forth all the time when i hit the brakes or drive it and the fans always come on. At first I though maybe bad gas and put gum out in the fuel... But now its getting worse. Do you have any ideas of what it could be?

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6,665

Does it start fine? Does it act like this when it's cold? Definitely misfiring but it could be a couple different things... Obviously the engine knows. That it to autozone and have the use their scan tool to get the code for the SES light.

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Yes it starts fine....no cause im the morning it does ok.. but when it gets hot it gets worse.... I have tried to take it to autozone and they said that since its a 95 they cant put it on the machine it has to be a 96 or better

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6,665

Okay. It sounds like it could be an EGR problem, a problem with your distributor cap/rotor... Or a fuel delivery issue. I would start by testing the fuel pressure.

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