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1987 CHEVY CORVETTE CUTS OFF SOMETIMES WHILE DRIVING

I WAS DRIVING 60 MPH DOWN HIGHWAY AND CAR JUST CUT OFF. I PULLED OVER TO SIDE OFF ROAD AND CAR STARTED RIGHT UP. THIS HAS NOW HAPPENED SEVERAL TIMES. ONE TIME WHILE THE CAR WAS IN THE DRIVEWAY CAR STALLED. EACH TIME CAR CUTS OFF IT STARTS RIGHT UP SAME PROBLEM CAN HAPPEN IN 10 MINUTES OR AFTER A LONG PERIOD OF DRIVING THANK YOU FOR ANY HELP YOU CAN PROVIDE

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Could be just about anything, but given that I had the same symptoms that turned out to the fuel pump, I would check that if you haven't already. Mine would run fine for a while, particularly when it was cold, and tested fine at the shop, but after a while under load, it turned out the pressure would suddenly drop to about 15 pounds. A real pain to diagnose, since when it was in the shop it wasn't under load, so it tested OK.

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