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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
check timing make sure it;s ok . second check your exhaust system if it;s close , start accilerate for 3 min. then look all exhaust pipe (silencer) if there is difrent coler . check Oxgen sensor it;s ok .
and if you have no enough fuel presure try close the return line temporary . maf, sensor only when there it is highand low accilerator.
Posted on Jun 23, 2011
Have a fuel pressure test done, that will show a weak fuel pump, or bad fuel pressue regulator, also have the throttle position sensor checked.
Could be the idle air control valve,
could be the fuel bypass valve.
Without checking and testing, it's hard to pin point the problem.
Posted on Jul 28, 2009
Stop at one of the big autoparts stores and they will scan it for free, and that should point you in right direction of what is needed to repair it. If not, get back to us with those codes and we will gladly assist you further. It's faster and cheaper to do it that way, than to guess at it.
Posted on Apr 17, 2010
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SOURCE: car stalled and will not restart
It is possible to have fuel pressure and have injectors that are completely closed. There are light testers that plug into the injector harness to check the pulse to open an injector. Available at autoparts with Tool loaner program.
Try starting fluid to see if it wants to run, If it does, then injectors are not opening, then find cause like camshaft sensor. At that point, like other Expert said, it could be Vacuum leak.
Will not turn over can mean several things. Is it cranking? Is it engaging and not moving the engine? If the starter is not moving then you have to go through the interlocks with brake pedal and shifter. But these work after the engine runs and would not cause it to stall.
Try the starting fluid and see if the spark is working, then shift to fuel delivery if it tries to start.
Posted on Sep 25, 2012
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