Question about 1992 Chevrolet Lumina
my car use to stall (everytime i release the gas pedal) its like not enough gas getting to where it needs to go. then one day it just stopped, and was running beautifully then i replaced some hoses so i would have heat (radiator hoses) then the stalling started again...replaced fuel filter, a bunch of stuff came out from fuel line, put in enjector cleaner and it is still stalling and getting worse....any suggestions? thank you so much...carolyn
Check for vacuum leaks using A propane torch or starting fluid leave the torch off allowing a small amount of propane around hoses and intake manifold especially at rear of manifold ( cars have a history for intake gaskets ) IF YOU USE THE STARTING FLUID BE IN A WELL VENTED AREA AND USE ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT AT A TIME AND ALLOW TO DISPERSE BEFORE SPRAYING MORE DO THIS FIRST GOOD FIRST CHECK
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