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guessing fuel pump you can buy a fuel pressure tester hook it up to the shrader valve on the rail and tape the pressure tester to your windshield and have someone in your passenger seat and monitor the pressure and if it drops off then dies you know the problem....
There's a good chance that it's just getting worn. Most people neglect their transmission service which should be done about every 30,000 miles or so. Pick up a product made by "Lucas" transmission stop slip and repair. It's about $10.00 per bottle, but has amazing results. Try it and get back to me as I check regularly for comments that may go further.
there is a fuse pannel on the drivers side in the kick pannel rite in front of the door, you should also have a fuse block under the hood.the heater comming on and off is most likly a bad conection at the blower motor or at the blower motor resistor but don't rule out broken or coroded wires.
Hi, this could be something in the fuel pump. As the cold motor draws more fuel, it may just be just ok for the engine, but after it is warm, it draws less and may "suffocate" it that way. Same goes for air filter, take a peek if it is not ready for replacement. Has this happened suddenly, or has it occurrend during a long perion of time?
Possibly a leaking hydraulic lifter. They can leak down while engine isn't running and then make a ticking noise for a while on startup. If it takes 10-15 minutes to go away, it is more likely to be a loose tappet which needs adjusting.
scrappy I hope you fixed your problemssince last post. Sorry to be gone for soooo long. Have you check your fuel tank? I had an old 1963 chevy that over the coarse of years that filled the bottom of the tank with dirt and what have you. It would run for 15-20 minutes and shut off. After it sat for about 10 minutes it would settle back to the bottom and I could drive again for 10=15 minutes. It drove me crazyuntil I had a radiator shop vat the fuel tank. Let me know if you fixed the problem....it has been a month since I last logged on....sorry.