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So I drive a '92 Buick Riviera. I just had some major work done on it, replaced the head gasket and had some other minor things done as well (I think one of the belts was changed).
Anyways, it drives great now, much smoother than before. The only thing is I've noticed that when idling, whenever the car is below 1000rpm, it seems to run choppier than before. Basically it feels like the engine is "sputtering" if that makes any sense. I'm not sure if this is a big deal or not.
My Dad recommended I go to Canadian Tire and get some Fuel Injector Cleaner. Anyone know if that would help with this type of problem? Is this even something I should be worrying about - like I said, above 1000 rpm the car runs much better than it did before. It used to have some rough spots at certain speeds which are now gone.
In about 3 weeks I'm going to be driving the thing from Toronto to Edmonton, which is not a short trip at all. So I want to make sure nothing is going to bite me in the ass.