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1995 wont start

I bought this car it started and ran good I drove the car for aprox. 8 miles on the e way stopped and went to merge into traffic so I got on the car to get my speed up the car shut off and will not start its getting spark has fuel and hooked up to a computer it says it has fuel presure is it the crank sensor or did I jump the timing? HELP THANKS

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  • minimoose Sep 16, 2008

    1995 pont. bonneville stalls while driving and wont restart for awhile afterwards and during this time the windows will not work

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I have the same problem and like you said it could be the timing. When I got it looked at that was what they told me. Now I am trying to figure out how to reset the timing.

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Its probly the fuel pump

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