My car runs fine but when I take the car to 60+ miles then slow down...it sould like it stauls then when I come to a stop.... it jurks and stops. If I put the car in Park and start the car... it starts but as soon as I put in drive or Reverse, it stops. If I wait for about 15 to 30 minutes, it works fine as long as I go slow speeds.
Car is automatic transmission, 1990 Buick Skylark 3.3L engine.
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Ask your local technician to set up a fuel gauge pressure monitor so you can track it while your driving. Ask him what the normal range is so you will know when it falls below. Document it and let your
Tech know. It sounds like your fuel pump is loosing
The electronic shift solenoids in those transmissions make a ticking noise when shifting, same as when you slow down and stop, you will hear it as well, if it's quiet and your window is down. My guess is what your hearing is normal but if worried, stop at any reputable mechanic shop, or dealer and they will confirm it, free of charge.
This sounds a lot like a bad TDC (Top Dead Center) sensor. Of the many sensors on this model vehicle, the TDC sensor failure is common and is one of the few sensor failures that will disable your vehicle.