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Can you tell me the engine model please this may help more. this could be an idle valve problem, or a blocked breather pipe.
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I had simmilar problem with my 1993 JGC . I ran out of gas and it would not start until the next day. Then it will start and run until I put the brakes on tho stop and then it will die. It starts right back up. Ended up being the voltage regulator in the ECC/ECM. It is at the mechanics shop right now waiting for the ECC to come in.I will post a follow up.
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
SOURCE: starter kick back
If this is a gas engine, check the ignition coil or plug wires. A simple test...
Start the truck at night, then look under the hood while it's running. Don't use a flashlight or your headlights; it should be dark !
If you see sparks anywhere around the engine, you've found the problem. Now you can turn on a light to see where they're coming from - probably from a cracked ignition coil.
Good luck !
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
SOURCE: car loses power while driving
could possibly be a dirty fuel filter, or the fuel pump could be getting ready to go bad,could be alot of things. engine does not rev up when it is coasting and you are giving it gas?
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
If your car dies suddenly and otherwise runs fine, the root of the problem is an electrical problem or electronics/computer related. Even though it could be a fuel shut off that caused the car to stop. The "brain" controls ignition and fuel thus my assessment. Have the codes read to see if a problem is indicated with the computer or sensors. Since it is an intermittant problem, it is possible your code reads will still be normal. Check all connections if you don't get a coded problem. Good Luck!
Posted on Sep 20, 2009
Please check your solenoid switch on starter motor. You should hear click sound while you try start the engine (You may need another person help to do this).If no sound at all, the problem is there and need to fix / replace.
Posted on Jul 02, 2011
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