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Possible Vapor Lock Fix

I can run it for awhile is starts to sputter and shut off and wont crank for awhile .. ive replaced the radiator fan motor, themostate, and the control module.... any ideas would be helpfull

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There has been no fuel vapor lock in almost
30 years,does not happen with fuel injection
Why not have a shop diagnose & repair the issue

Posted on Jul 18, 2013

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