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I have a 1990 Plymouth van that when I try to start it is will some times run for a little then stops after trying it for about 1 hour to some time 2 hour it will stay running and drive great for the rest of the day. untell I try it the next day then the same thing over again.

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  • j0e82 Jan 16, 2009

    When I start my van it will take a few times for it to catch so it wouldn't die out. Sometimes I would turn the corner and my van would die out.

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Do a "Fuel Leak Down Test". It sounds like fuel is leaking past the fuel pressure regulator or a fuel injector when the van is off and sitting for a while. Remove the vacuum hose at the fuel pressure regulator, if you notice fuel inside the hose the regulator is bad and must be replaced.

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