Question about Cars & Trucks
Hi Emmett, I suggest you have a diagnostic scan carried out on your vehicle. The problem could well be as you think. It could also be a defective fuel pump, a blocked filter, a defective camshaft pick up sensor, a blocked catalytic converter and a number of other things. We answer questions via our forums not privately to email addresses. Regards John
Posted on Jul 21, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
TRY CHANGING FUEL FILTER,COULD BE CLOGGED FUEL FILTER,FUEL PUMP FAILING,FUEL COULD BE CONTAMINATED WITH WATER.IF FUEL SYSTEM OKAY,CHECK FOR SPARK AT SPARK PLUGS,COULD BE FAULTY IGNITION MODULE OR FAULTY IDLE AIR CONTROL VALVE I WOULD HAVE VECHICLE CODE SCAN FIRST BEFORE SPENDING MONEY.
Posted on Oct 13, 2011
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