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This is a discussion on torque fluctuating within the Camaro / SS forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by 67CamaroRSSS I understood what you meant..... soookay I knew that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by 67CamaroRSSS View Post
    I understood what you meant.....
    soookay I knew that

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    Typically you get a lot more flatulent as one gets into their 50s. How goes it, 67CamaroRSSS? Any grandkids pulling your finger?

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    I love stepping off topic. Anyway back to the subject. WTF are titan plugs. They take normal plugs. Throw some ACdelco Platinums or iridiums in them or NGKs. Don't even attempt that Bosche +2,3,or 4 BS

    Sounds like you have a vacuum leak. Could come from a number of areas like a disconnected line or even a leaking intake gasket.

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    ^^^Haven't heard of Titan plugs either. OP, did you end up taking it for trans diag time?
    Usually a vacuum leak on our cars causes a high idle, but it can also cause a misfire most noticeable at idle.

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    The reason: wrong plugs (Bosch)
    The solution: new AC Delco 41-985 installed

    Thanks for your interest and help!

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    I thought it was spark related. Especially since you had no issues before the change. Glad it's fixed!

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