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I got hit in the back passenger side and since then it's like it gets spurts of fuel. Worse when it is hot
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If this just started, maybe after a hard run, you may want to check your sparkplugs. I've melted the insulator on one of my plugs after a prolonged, spirited run causing same symptoms.
Posted on Oct 05, 2008
SOUNDS LIKE THE VENTS ARE PULLING AIR FROM OUTSIDE, YOU CONTROLS FOR THE VENTS ARE OFF SINQ. TRY TO MOVE THE CONTROL BACK AND FORTH WORK THEM HOT TO COLD AND DEFOAST TO HEAT TO AIR WORK ALL THOSE EVERY WAY YOU CAN ,MIGHT HAVE A STICKING VENT OR VALUE, THANKS HOPE THIS HELPS ,ROBERT
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: Engine rattling
It sounds to me like you have a broken serpentine belt and the noise is coming from it rubbing on the crank.Shut the car off and look again and if i'm right you need to pull it out and then get the new belt install asap.If you do have to drive the car just remember that without a belt the car will not recharge the battery and it will over heat quickly so just take it far enough to park it in a safe place.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
Maybe not,most likely a coil pack,or plugs,Do a tune up,and as you are doing it,check the spark plug firing on all the spark plugs,if one is not firing,replace that coil pack.I would go ahead and do a tune up,plugs,wires,and air filter,and the fuel filter,this will most likely fix the problem.
Posted on Jan 16, 2010
If you only need the A/C to work (at least for now) on the passenger
side, remove the panel from below the glovebox. It requires, I think, a 7
or 8 mm socket. Once this is down you will see a little white, plastic
arm hooked to a threaded, metal shaft. Manually push the shaft and
plastic arm toward the driver's side of the vehicle and cold air (if the
system is, in fact working properly) will miraculously come from the
You can take a plastic tie-wrap and secure the arm in this position as long as is desired in order to obtain the desired result, but of course, me-says go to your nearby mechanic and have him replace the programmer (it is a bit costly, but if your LeSabre is in any decent condition it is worth the investment).
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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