You might also consider changing out the CTS sensor located up by the t-stat. *(Has two wires instead of one). This lil sensor is what helps the ECM decide how much fuel to give to the engine. I would make sure to use OEM sensors instead of aftermarket. I don't think the aftermarket ones are as accurate.
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