Question about 1991 Chevrolet Cavalier
I have a 91 cavalier that tries to start, but only will sporadically with the use of starter spray in the intake. My question is, how bad is it to keep driving it by using the starter spray to start it? I'm broke and CANNOT afford to get work done on it right now and don't have the knowledge or means to change the fuel pump myself (if that is the acual problem). Am I causing more damage to the car running it this way, and do I risk being stuck somewhere with a car that won't start?? PLEASE HELP!!!! I'm currently unemployed and NEED this car for interviews and the whole job search... THANKS!!!
So after a shot of starting fluid it runs? then pump is probably not the problem.be sure the fluid you are using has upper cylinder lubriicant in it. It is not good for car but probably wont cause any permanent damage as long as you dont overdue it.the problem comes in with washing the cylinders down and this will cause excessive wear.good luck to you on your job search and hope it all works out for you. As far as being stranded this is unknown if it starts getting worse and worse probably will
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