Hello /o/, I could use some other opinions on a problem I'm having.
I have a 1995 Camaro with a 3.4L in it, it sat up for about 3 years, got a replaced timing chain and harmonic balancer about a year ago, I think I replaced one of the packs on my coil pack, checked plugs and wires though, everything is firing and at higher RPMs the problem stops, usually after 1500. It sounds like a cylinder is missing or something, but I'm not sure what's causing it anymore. Checked vacuum lines as well, everything is connected and has vacuum.
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This is how it sounds and behaves when the problem occurs, it doesn't seem to be an airflow problem, and it gets plenty of gas. RPMs are below 1000 when this happens, almost ready to die and it will if I let it. later at around 42 seconds, I put it into reverse and let it roll back in idle, then come back up.
This one is of how it is supposed to sound and behave. I turned it off for a minute and restarted it, and it idles perfectly at 1k, no choking or sputtering or backfiring.
I've spent the last 3 days now trying to fix this **** wagon, I would be grateful if anybody can offer some insight to what my problem is. Maybe it's the ignition control module? any input would be appreciated.