HI, my sundance sometimes runs slugglish but after a second or two it does fine. Tonight I was in it, it just stopped, batterie is fine everything else works it won't turn over. I have oil tranny fluid and such. What could this be? I really can't afford to take it in and have it dx'd.
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I don't think a 92 sundance will shut the fuel pump down when the oil pressure is low, but it might. Can you get it to run on carb cleaner. If it is oil pressure, the car should start then run a few seconds and die. Have you checked the timing belt? If it broke the distributor will stop turning which would stop the oil pump.
first check bulbs and fuses if no success the reverse light switch is located on gearbox sometimes wires come off and other times faulty and need replacing a test lamp on the switch will help to tell you whether or not power is coming out when in reverse to make the lights work
What you do is turn the ignition to the "on" position and back to the "off" position 3 times. On the last "on/off" cycle, leave the key in "on". The check engine light will start flashing. The first group of flashes is the 1st number of the code. There will be a pause and then a 2nd set of flashes will be the 2nd number of the code. If there's more than one code, there will be a pause and then there will be another set of flashes for the next code and so on. A Haynes or Chilton's repair manual, available at any parts store, will tell you what the codes mean.